The Interaction of the Medical Device Regulation and the GDPR: Do European rules on privacy and scientific research impair the safety & performance of AI medical devices? (forthcoming in 2021)

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The Interaction of the Medical Device Regulation and the GDPR : Do European rules on privacy and scientific research impair the safety & performance of AI medical devices? (forthcoming in 2021). / Meszaros, Janos; Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo; Minssen, Timo.

The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection. red. / I. Glenn Cohen; Timo Minssen; W. Nicholson Price II.; Christopher Robertson; Carmel Shachar. Cambridge University Press, 2021.

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Meszaros, J, Corrales Compagnucci, M & Minssen, T 2021, The Interaction of the Medical Device Regulation and the GDPR: Do European rules on privacy and scientific research impair the safety & performance of AI medical devices? (forthcoming in 2021). i IG Cohen, T Minssen, WN Price II., C Robertson & C Shachar (red), The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection. Cambridge University Press. <https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3808384>

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Meszaros, J., Corrales Compagnucci, M., & Minssen, T. (2021). The Interaction of the Medical Device Regulation and the GDPR: Do European rules on privacy and scientific research impair the safety & performance of AI medical devices? (forthcoming in 2021). Manuskript afsendt til publicering. I I. G. Cohen, T. Minssen, W. N. Price II., C. Robertson, & C. Shachar (red.), The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection Cambridge University Press. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3808384

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Meszaros J, Corrales Compagnucci M, Minssen T. The Interaction of the Medical Device Regulation and the GDPR: Do European rules on privacy and scientific research impair the safety & performance of AI medical devices? (forthcoming in 2021). I Cohen IG, Minssen T, Price II. WN, Robertson C, Shachar C, red., The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection. Cambridge University Press. 2021

Author

Meszaros, Janos ; Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo ; Minssen, Timo. / The Interaction of the Medical Device Regulation and the GDPR : Do European rules on privacy and scientific research impair the safety & performance of AI medical devices? (forthcoming in 2021). The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection. red. / I. Glenn Cohen ; Timo Minssen ; W. Nicholson Price II. ; Christopher Robertson ; Carmel Shachar. Cambridge University Press, 2021.

Bibtex

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