Medical Device

Medical Device

The collection and evaluation of sound clinical data are the basis of the approval process for many medical devices. At Java Clinical we appreciate the unique challenges of medical device development and have an extensive understanding of the medical device regulatory landscape across all risk classifications, ranging from the initial studies in Phase I through to post‐marketing surveillance

We have established relationships with clinical research sites and key opinion leaders experienced in medical device trials that allow Java Clinical to select the ideal sites to ensure each study is completed in a timely manner and to the highest quality standards.

Java works closely with researchers in the Clinical Research Centers (CRCs) in the main Irish teaching hospitals and associated hospitals and universities who are engaged in novel translational and biomedical engineering research in areas including vascular biology, respiratory medicine, infection and immunity, metabolic diseases, neuropsychiatry and dermatology. Working with both physicians, scientists, engineers and the biosciences industry, we keep abreast with the latest and best technologies in Ireland.

These links can help you to learn more about our Clinical Research Centre partners in UCC, NUIG, UCD and HRB Dublin.

The Java Clinical project team works with sponsor clients to identify the optimal clinical strategy for their device development and will execute any clinical trial activity where needed.