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Introducing Mr. Irvin Kluth as the new Program Lead for the MS in Clinical Regulatory Affairs

We are pleased to announce that Mr. Irvin Kluth has recently joined SHHS and the Department of Health Science as the full time Program Lead for the MS in Clinical Regulatory Affairs degree program. Irvin has extensive training and experience in the professions of clinical regulatory affairs and quality assurance. He earned a BS in Business Administration and a MA in Organizational Management (MAOM) from the University of Phoenix and holds 12 professional certificates in quality improvement and clinical regulatory affairs. Irvin has five years of senior industry experience in biopharmaceutical quality assurance and has held faculty and academic management positions at three universities, including 10 years as a Lead Faculty of Graduate and Undergraduate Business Management at the University of Phoenix, seven years as an adjunct faculty member in biomedical product development at the University of California, San Diego and seven years as an adjunct professor and Associate Director of the Center for Bio-Pharmaceutical and Bio-Device Development at San Diego State University. He has developed and taught dozens of related graduate and undergraduate courses, primarily through online delivery and has been responsible for industry outreach and development of new academic degree programs.

Mr. Kluth will have an office at the Technology and Health Sciences Center and can be reached at


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