Corey Jaseph is a senior research analyst at POLITICO’s AgencyIQ. She performs research and analysis on medical device regulatory issues for the United States and the European Union. 

Prior to AgencyIQ, Corey worked in a regulatory capacity for both diagnostic and medical device manufacturing companies for over 20 years, both in compliance and pre-market regulatory planning.  She has performed recalls, filed medical device reports, created device regulatory plans, and authored premarket submissions, including 510(k)s, 513(g)s, IDEs, and PMA annual reports.  Corey has also written submissions and technical files for Canada and the European Union. Corey has a master’s degree in biomedical writing from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, and a bachelor’s degree from University of California Berkeley. Corey has held a Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC) in US regulation since 2006. She lives near Sacramento, California, with her husband and rescue dog, Sophie.