Regulatory consulting services at competitive rates in the medical device and combination product industries


Nilo Medical Consulting & Affiliates


Our mission is to help clients navigate the regulatory landscape in a way that is personal, successful, and efficient at competitive rates.


Michael’s experience at the FDA provides a unique insider’s knowledge that other consulting firms are unable to offer.

Michael’s experience at the FDA provides a unique insider’s knowledge that other consulting firms are unable to offer.

Michael Nilo, MS BME

Michael has 10 years of experience in the medical device industry, including direct experience with FDA device review processes and intricacies. He has hands-on familiarity with most functions and departments of a successful medical device company, and has provided consulting advice for verification and validation testing, quality systems, and regulatory submissions for different classes of medical devices. He authored and submitted applications to FDA for Class II and III medical devices, and has extensive experience with clinical trial development for medical devices, quality system regulations, and all manner of FDA interactions. He’s an effective public speaker, teacher, copy editor, and troubleshooter with a strong foundation in physics, biochemistry, mechanobiology, mathematics, and written language.

Prior to starting Nilo Medical Consulting Group, Michael worked as a Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist at Biotronik, Inc., where he worked with international teams to develop regulatory and testing plans to meet FDA requirements. He authored and submitted pre-IDE, 510(k), HDE, IDE, and original PMA submissions to FDA for many cardiovascular device systems, including combination products such as drug-eluting stents and bioabsorbable scaffolds.

Michael also worked at the FDA’s Office of Device Evaluation as a lead reviewer in both the Interventional Cardiovascular Devices Branch and the Dental Devices Branch. He examined pre-market submissions for cardiac medical devices, specifically devices that are inserted into the coronary arteries and the devices used in the interventional procedure (e.g. drug eluting stents, atherectomy systems, PTCA balloons, and guide catheters). He also reviewed dental devices such as implants, abutments, bone-grafting materials, bone plates, and trans-mandibular joint implants. Additionally, he was part of many special interest work groups and policy development teams.

For more information, please see his LinkedIn profile.


Nilo Medical Consulting works with the following groups when additional expertise or hands on deck are needed:

These groups also subcontract Nilo Medical Consulting for projects within their organization. Please be sure to let Nilo Medical Consulting know if you are already under contract with any of these groups.