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Philadelphia PDC Grant Announcement

Deadline for white paper submissions: October 7, 2016

The Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (PPDC) is pleased to announce its fourth annual Request for Applications for funds up to $50,000 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.

Details and instructions: https://www.phillypediatricmeddevice.org/funding-new

Questions: Joshua Dienstman, PPDC Project Manager, ppdc@email.chop.edu

Fourth Annual NCC-PDI Device Innovation Competition

Deadline to Submit:  September 5, 2016

The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innnovation (NCC-PDI) is seeking proposals from inventors in medical institutions, private practices, the business community, and academic researchers who have medical device concepts or ideas for use with pediatric patients. Proposals should address a significant, yet unmet need within the pediatric population with a device idea that lends itself to commercialization.

The proposal should be directed towards development of a commercializable product, not research of a scientific concept. Issues such as prototyping, manufacturing, marketing, and regulatory clearance will be paramount and should be addressed explicitly.

Finalists will be invited to present their device at a live competition at the NCC-PDI's 4th Annual Symposium on Pediatric Surgical Innovation in Washington, DC, on October 8, 2016. 

Details and instructions: http://www.innovate4kids.org/funding-opportunities/

NEPDC Announces 2016 Target Challenge for Pediatric Rehabilitation

The New England Pediatric Device Consortium, in collaboration with the Center for the Translation of Rehabilitation of Engineering Advances and Technology (TREAT), is hosting its 2016 Target Challenge with a focus on innovative medical devices for pediatric rehabilitation.  This Request for Applications seeks interested submitters for an award of $150,000 in total funding, and up to 200 in-kind hours. Abstracts are due on July 8th. Please see http://www.nepdc.org/challenge.html and the attached documents for details.