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David Mantus, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of Regulatory Affairs

Department/Office
School of Pharmacy - W316

Contact
david.mantus@mcphs.edu
(P)617.732.2058


Schools
School of Pharmacy - Boston

Programs
Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy (RAHP)
Regulatory Affairs (Graduate Certificate)
Master in Clinical Research (MCR)

Academic and Administrative Appointments
Director, M.S. in Regulatory Affairs & Health Policy

Education
BS, Chemistry, College of William and Mary
MS, Analytical Chemistry, Cornell University
PhD, Analytical Chemistry, Cornell University


Areas of Teaching
Regulatory affairs, medical product regulation, and health policy

Scholarly Interests
Recent research focuses on FDA regulation and its impact on medical product research, and the early history of drug and biologics regulation.

Peer-Reviewed Articles & Book Chapters
David Mantus and Doug Pisano, Editors, FDA Regulatory Affairs:  A Guide for Prescription Drugs, Medical Devices, and Biologics.  January, 2004 (First Edition), August 2008 (Second Edition), January 2014 (Third Edition).

Gary C. Defotis and David S. Mantus, “Co1-xMnxCl2·2H2O:  A New Kind of Insulating Spin Glass”, J. Magnetism Mag. Mat.  1986, 54-57, 79-80.

Gary C. Defotis, David S. Mantus, Ellen M. McGhee, Kevin R. Echols, and Richard S. Wiese, “Magnetic Phase Diagram, Static Properties, and Relaxation of the Insulating Spin “Co1-xMnxCl2·2H2O “,  Phys. Rev. B, 1988, 88, 11486-11499.

Lisa K. Turner, David S. Mantus, Yong-Chien Ling, Mark T. Bernius, and George H. Morrison, “Development and Characterization of a Charge-coupled Device Detection System for Ion Microscopy”, Rev. Sci. Instrum.  1990, 60, 886-894.

David S. Mantus, Lisa K. Turner, Yong-Chien Ling, and George H. Morrison, “Detectors and Detector Discriminations in Ion Microscopy”, In Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry-SIMS VII , (John Wiley and Sons: Chichester, 1990), pp 921-924.

David S. Mantus and George H. Morrison,  “Chemical Imaging Using Ion Microscopy and Digital Image Processing”, J. Vac. Sci. Tech. A.  1990, 8, 2209-2212.

David S. Mantus and George H. Morrison, “Ion Image Detection with a Microchannel Plate Evaluated Using a Charge Coupled Device Camera”, Anal. Chem. 1990, 62, 1148-1155.

David S. Mantus, Gary A. Valaskovic, and George H. Morrison, “High Mass Resolution Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry via Simultaneous Detection with a Charge Coupled Device”, Anal. Chem. 1991, 63, 788-792.

David S. Mantus and George H. Morrison, “Chemical Imaging in Biology and Medicine Using Ion Microscopy”, Mikrochem. Acta [Wien]  1991, II, 515-522.

David S. Mantus, John F. Moulder, Brad Carlson, and Buddy D. Ratner, “Static Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry of Adsorbed Proteins”, Anal. Chem  1993, 65, 1431-1438.


Honors
Citizen Teacher of the Year 2009, Citizens School (non-profit), Boston, MA