Rothenberg and Lefkovich publish paper on predicate creep

Sandra Rothenberg, professor of management and chair of the Department of Public Policy, and Charlotte Lefkovich ’18 (mechanical engineering) ’18 MS (science, technology, and public policy) had a paper, “Identification of predicate creep under the 510(k) process: A case study of a robotic surgical device,” published in the journal PLOS ONE.

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