Using non-thermal irreversible electroporation to create an in vivo niche for exogenous cell engraftment
Presenter: Tammy Chang, MD, PhD,...
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Beginning tomorrow, March 29th, the Tuesday 4-5pm PDC meetings will take place in Mission Hall room 2105.
The street address is 550 16th Street, and the building entrance is on 4th Street. When you enter the building, take the open staircase on the right-hand side of the lobby to the second floor. At the top of the stairs, turn left and left again, and room 2105 will be at the end of the hallway.
Apply by February 5. Visit http://impactpediatrichealth.com to learn more.
The Impact Pediatric Health Startup Pitch Competition is an opportunity for up-and-coming digital health and medical device startups to pitch their innovation to a panel of medical executives and investors during SXSW in Austin, TX on March 14, 2016. Supported by four top-ranked children’s hospitals in the United States, this one-of-a kind competition is a chance for startup CEOs to present how their company is solving the unique healthcare needs of babies, kids, and teens. Each selected finalist will be given approximately three minutes to pitch their startup to audience, followed by several minutes of questions from the emcee and judges panel. At the end of the event, the top companies will be announced and a cash prize will be awarded. Last year this event introduced participants to new hospital clients, to new venture capital, and to a few - a working relationship with billionaire Mark Cuban.
Apply by February 11. Visit http://www.phillypediatricmeddevice.org/funding-new for details.
The Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (PPDC) is pleased to announce its third annual Request for Applications for funds to support the development of pediatric medical devices. This competitive program is an opportunity for the scientific and business community, including entrepreneurs, clinicians, businesses, academic researchers, and medical, science, and engineering students, to develop and commercialize pediatric medical devices. This year, $100,000 is available for pediatric medical device projects. The maximum project budget is $50,000.
The New England Pediatric Device Consortium (http://nepdc.org) is soliciting applications for "Pre-Seed Awards" to support the development and commercialization of pediatric devices. Proposals should describe devices that have a clear peditaric need and have developed past the concept stage of design.
Pre-Seed Awards provide recipients with 40 hours of NEPDC resource assistance and up to $10,000 in discretionary funding over a 3-9 month project cycle. Projects that successfully complete the Pre-Seed phase are then eligible to compete for NEPDC's Seed Awards, which confer 200 hours of NEPDC resource assistance and up to $50,000 in discretionary funding over a 12-18 month project cycle.
To be eligible, applicants must first submit a brief product description/abstract by January 18, 2016. Selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal, due January 25, 2016.
Visit http://bit.ly/nepdcapplication to learn more and apply.