RAPS Congratulates 108 Spring RAC Exam Passers

Rockville, MD, USA, June 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) announced today that 108 professionals have passed the Regulatory Affairs (RAC) certification exams during the registration window. spring exams, which took place in March and April 2022. In doing so, these professionals earned their RAC-Drugs or RAC-Devices designation, the primary credentials for regulatory professionals in the healthcare product industry.

These 108 people join more than 5,000 global professionals holding RAC certifications.

“On behalf of RAPS, I offer my sincere congratulations to the 108 professionals who passed these difficult exams,” said Bill McMoil, Acting Executive Director of RAPS. “Achieving an RAC designation is an important step in any regulatory career. It signals to employers, customers and colleagues that you are knowledgeable, capable and committed to regulatory excellence.

The RAC exams are rigorous. Success requires demonstrating not only knowledge of health product regulations, but also analytical and critical thinking skills to apply them in a variety of scenarios. There are two different RAC exams. The RAC-Drugs exam covers regulations for pharmaceuticals and biologics, and the RAC-Devices exam covers regulations for medical devices and technology.

“Congratulations to the new RAC credential holders,” said Jennifer Naughton, RAPS Director of Credentials. “While many certifications are nationally recognized, the RAC is a globally recognized credential. Holders of the RAC are recognized and respected globally, and their presence within an organization and as independent consultants provides deep reassurance to key stakeholders and the public.”

RAC-accredited professionals are among current and emerging leaders in the regulatory profession. To maintain the title, RAC holders must recertify every three years by demonstrating continuous learning, professional development, regulatory leadership, and ongoing commitment to the profession.

RAPS is now accepting applications for the 2022 RAC summer and fall exam periods. For more information, visit RAPS.org/rac.

Here is the full list of those who earned RAC credentials during the Spring 2022 exam window:

RAC devices

Christine Aney
Omar Becerra
Kristen Bisanz
Black Serita
Jennifer Boskin
Lisa burns
Jeffrey Cale
Amar Chanani
Rebecca Clark
Katarzyna Czarcinska
Miki Endo
Thomas Fearnley
Sandy W. Fowler
Yayoi Fujimaki
Stephanie Gallone
Myrthala Turandot Galvan De Ouellette
Surav Gupta
Leanne Hartge
Jiyoung Heo
Yvette Holly
Caroline Hull
Kiran Jose
Seetharam Kandarpa
Ramakrishnan Kannan
Rene Kapp
Byju Karipal
Toby Kob
Indah Kusumawardhani
Nicolas Langevin
Patrick Leslie
Lin Payton
Matteo Lostuzzo
Maghakian Dawn
Sravan Kumar Manchikanti
Mayte Martinez Santoyo
Aneta Modzelewska
Patrick Mouamba
Diana Nader-Martone
Shannon O’Hearn
Brandi Panteleon
Raquel Peregrino De Brito
Mark Perkins
Nancy Ploipailin Annunziato
Stephanie Rallis
Siddhi Rasam
Tatsiana Ripitch
Ashley Robinson
michelle sandrian
Jainam Shah
Jigar Shah
Grace Shen
Vishal Shiralkar
Robert Slack
Eugenie Smith
Folasade Sobande
Sylvia Ukponmwan
Victor Uzochukwu
Katherine Vazquez
Xiaoying Wang
Suzanne Wertz
Crystal Womack
Boyang Zhang
Jun Zhang
Weina Zhao


Sharry Arora
William Bali
Janine Best
Qian Chen
Justin Coon
Catherine Copley
Jessica Croby
Ramesh Reddy Danduga
Mariana De Souza Cologne
Rakesh Dhiman
Pragnesh Donga
Ysania Eldred
Xin fan
Breanne Gjurich
Hadley Iliff
Maria Eugenia Juarez-Ugarte
Jenifer Judge
Andrew Kim
Stephanie Kim
Maxwell Kollar
Vaishali Kothari
Nicolas Langevin
Renata Lavach-Savy
April Lehman
May Litt
Jane Liu
Shan Liu
Anh-Thy Ly
Rani Maloney
Sadaf Memon
Chunying Meng
Monaz Mysorewala
Pu Hui Hua
Kadali Renou
Celine Royet
Maddigunta Sadasivarao
Rupesh Saindane
Linda Salerno
Aaron Siger
Keisha Stubbs
Sonya Trejo
Lalith Mohan Tummalapalli
Philip Williams
Allen Young

About RPS

The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) is the world’s largest organization of and for those involved in the regulation of healthcare and related products, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biologics and nutritional products. Founded in 1976, RAPS helped establish the regulatory profession and continues to actively support the professional and lead the profession as a neutral, non-lobbying, non-profit organization. RAPS offers education and training, professional standards, publications, research, knowledge sharing, networking, career development opportunities and other valuable resources, including certification in Regulatory Affairs (RAC) , the only post-graduate professional credential to recognize regulatory excellence. RAPS is headquartered in suburban Washington, DC, with chapters and subsidiaries around the world. www.raps.org


  • Congratulations to the 108 professionals who passed the RAC exams