Employee Spotlight: Andrew FrinkView All articles
At Proxima, our company culture is fueled by the versatility of our employees. We pride ourselves on having an outgoing and trustworthy environment that allows our employees to learn new things and “wear a lot of hats”.
For example, our Employee Spotlight showcases our Regulatory Specialist, Andrew Frink! Andrew started off with Proxima as a Business Development Intern and immediately took leadership of other roles. Although he was helping in all aspects of the company, he showed an extreme interest in Regulatory. After a lot of hard work and self-education he is now a full-time Regulatory Affairs Consultant.
Today, Andrew being the classy man that he is, picked Glen Miller radio to play in the office while he drank his “eye opener” coffee. Learn more about Andrew by reading below!
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
"My wife and daughter motivate me, but the cat walking on my face is generally what wakes me."
What has been your favorite / most rewarding project at Proxima?
"Developing a regulatory strategy for a product with both drug and device components."
What Proxima client do you think everyone should know about?
"There are a lot of people trying to apply recent advances in data science and AI/ML to healthcare but few of them are specific enough in their approach to move quickly to market. Prenosis is a great example of data science done right."
“What is your favorite thing about working at Proxima?”
Our clients are highly talented people and it’s fascinating to learn about the cutting-edge technologies they are developing.
If you could pick up a new skill what would it be?
What are your hobbies / interests?
"Playing the trumpet and guitar. Bicycling."
Do you have a favorite quote?
“ 'Physics is like sex; sure, it may give some practical results but that’s not why we do it' - Richard P. Feynman"
What are you currently watching?
"Just finished watching The Witcher. It was great!"
How has your career grown since starting at the company?
"I’ve gotten to dig deeply into medical device and pharmaceutical regulation and apply that to a wide range of products."