Jing Xie, PhD, MS, Joins MDIC as Vice President, Clinical Affairs

Former Vice President, Global Clinical Affairs, Zimmer Biomet

Life Science Partner recruited Jing Xie, PhD, MS, former Vice President, Global Clinical Affairs for Zimmer Biomet to become the Medical Device Innovation Consortium’s (MDIC) first Vice President, Clinical Affairs.

MDIC is the first-ever public-private partnership (PPP) created with the sole objective of advancing medical device regulatory science to expedite development, assessment, and review of innovative medical technologies. The overall mission of the MDIC is to support the FDA’s vision to achieve first in the world patient access in the US and to assure the safety and effectiveness of medical devices through the Total Product Life Cycle.

Xie takes on her new role at the MDIC after having oversight of approximatively 300 clinical projects worldwide for Zimmer Biomet. She possesses a highly successful track record in the orthopedic industry for delivering on objectives, while maintaining effective collaboration with internal and external stakeholders.

“With a global understanding around clinical trial management including data integration for regulatory agencies across the US, Europe and Asia, Xie is a well-seasoned leader to execute the clinical affairs initiatives at the MDIC,” states Tom Callaway, MD, Founder and President of Life Science Partner.

Jing Xie earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Analytical Chemistry from Xiamen University in China and completed her PhD in Materials Science from the University of Alabama. She holds an MS in Computer Science from Purdue University and an MS in Chemistry from the University of Alabama.