Editor-in-Chief of electronic periodical – “Professionals in Medical Devices” Head of Regulation Affairs Department – Rusatom | Lecturer – Russian Medical Academy Postgraduate Education
Bio: In the dynamic landscape of healthcare and medical devices, Alina Mustafina has emerged as a seasoned professional with a profound impact on the industry. With a diverse background spanning from state expert to MedDev manufacturer’s regulatory affairs specialist.
Her role as the Editor-in-Chief of the electronic periodical “Professionals in Medical Devices” with a readership of over 5000 in the Eurasian Economic Union extends far beyond overseeing editorial content; she is a visionary, responsible for developing a robust content strategy, nurturing collaborations with subject matter experts, and tirelessly working to engage and expand the publication’s audience.
However, her journey through the Medical devices sector doesn’t stop there. Alina also serves as the Head of Regulation Affairs Department at the manufacturer of medical devices for radiotherapy (Rusatom). Here, her role involves developing and implementing regulatory strategies, staying attuned to ever-evolving regulations within the EAEU.
As a Lecturer at the Russian Medical Academy Postgraduate Education, she actively contributes to shaping the future of medical technology, aligning curricula with industry dynamics, and fostering an environment that encourages critical thinking and active learning among students.
During her tenure from 2014 to 2020 as the Deputy Head of the Department at the subordinate company within the Federal Service for Supervision of Health, Alina played a pivotal role as a state expert. Her responsibilities involved meticulously assessing medical devices seeking approval for market sale, ensuring strict compliance with regulatory standards. In this capacity, she ensured that only safe and compliant medical devices entered the market, upholding the highest standards of quality and safety for public health.
She actively engages in various social and community endeavors, participating as a speaker in 53 conferences focused on medical devices between 2015 and 2023. Her volunteer work in Brazil, Sri Lanka, Colombia, and Egypt underscores her commitment to global causes, including community development and sustainable growth.
Alina’s contributions to the field of healthcare have been recognized through various awards, including certificates of appreciation from organizations like the Federal Service for Supervision of Health, Skolkovo Biomed, and the Federal State Organization “Monitoring Center and Clinical and Economic Expertise.”