Nicole Landreville

Part-Time Lecturer


In 1997, Nicole graduated with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal. She began her professional career in quality assurance and regulatory affairs with a small medical device manufacturer where she discovered a passion for Regulatory Affairs. At the beginning of her career, Nicole joined RAPS and obtained her US RAC certification. She is currently part of the GE Healthcare (GEHC) One RA team for over 10 years. 

Nicole cumulated 20 years managing the global registration of multiple classes of medical devices for different size manufacturers, developing robust global regulatory strategies to enable each product to reached their identified target markets in the shortest amount of time. The scope of her experience includes computer-assisted surgery system, ventricular assistant devices, EEG, ultrasound system, x-ray equipment, bone densitometers, and mammography systems.

She is passionate about mentoring the next generation of regulatory professionals and takes pride in sharing her knowledge with her RAPS peers. Nicole is a recognized lecturer for RAPS and other organizations. Since 2014, she is the faculty chair and presenter at the Preconference Workshop: Regulatory Strategy Forum for Medical Devices two-day Workshop. 

Nicole is a licensed Professional Engineer in the province of Ontario, Canada. In 2016, she was recognized as a Fellow of FRAPS for her contributions to the regulatory profession.


Bachelor's Degree from Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal (1996)