Richard J. Daley College President Janine Janosky, Ph.D., has been named to serve on the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA)’s Medical Devices Dispute Resolution Panel, an advisory committee that makes recommendations to the FDA about highly complex disputes and challenges related to medical devices. As one of only six members on the panel, President Janosky was appointed based on her expertise in biostatistics.
Dr. Janosky has more than 30 years of experience working in higher education and biomedical innovation, and has held executive leadership positions at post-secondary institutions and businesses alike. Throughout her career, she’s been focused on supporting both students and public health by examining data, strategy, and outcomes.
Dr. Janosky’s background in statistics has certainly proven beneficial in higher ed, where she’s led efforts to enhance outcomes for students, especially by leveraging public-private partnerships. In fact, her national model for public-private-philanthropic partnerships was highlighted by Forbes and earned her recognition as a United States White House Champion of Change.
At Daley College, that approach is serving students by connecting them with meaningful opportunities and career pathways at area organizations. Through partnerships with industry employers, Daley students are gaining hands-on skills through employer-aligned training, and participating in transformative apprenticeship programs.
As President Janosky looks forward to serving on the FDA’s Medical Devices Dispute Resolution Panel, City Colleges is proud to celebrate both her appointment and her efforts to support the Daley College community.