I had the opportunity to pitch my project to senior biomedical engineering students at the University of Michigan. The students and I are working together, with M-PED support, to develop product specifications and create a functional prototype.
The goal of the Pediatric Device Consortia (PDC) Gap Funding Initiatives is to
provide gap funding to accelerate technology advancement and increase
the likelihood of receiving future rounds of funding, ranging from SBIRs
to larger NIH grants and/or private or venture capital investment.
Companies, individual inventors, clinicians, researchers and students are all encouraged to apply. You do not have to reside in the same state, or be affiliated with the academic or clinical centers, where the PDC is located.
Opportunities for Gap Funding are available from the following PDCs on an annual or semi-annual basis:
Michigan Pediatric Device Consortium (M-PED)
400 N Ingalls Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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