advises life sciences companies on a range of regulatory, compliance and legislative matters, with a particular focus on counselling pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers on compliance with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. She routinely advises clients on the regulation of medical device software and healthcare IT, pre-market approval and clearance strategies, promotional review matters and cGMP compliance. Abeba also assists clients with responding to FDA and DOJ investigations and enforcement actions. Previously, Abeba worked as a legal fellow at the AAMC, and interned as a legal assistant to the President of Eritrea. Prior to attending law school, Abeba was a research analyst at the National Association of Public Hospitals, and a clinical researcher at Johns Hopkins Hospital and School of Medicine, focusing on Alzheimer’s disease, maternal depression and breast cancer research.
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