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Boston Pediatric Device Strategic Partner Challenge Kickoff

September 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Pediatric device development and evaluation has been recognized as a critical need to improve the lives and welfare of children with congenital and acquired illnesses. The numerous challenges faced by device developers and manufacturers have resulted in a large unmet need for pediatric devices.

The Boston Pediatric Device Strategic Partner Challenge seeks to support and advance innovative pediatric medical devices by providing Challenge winners a combination of up to $50,000 in funding per grant award, and/or mentorship and strategic support from Challenge co-hosts the Boston Pediatric Device Consortium and Boston Children’s Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator and leading medical device industry partners: Boston Scientific, CryoLife, Edwards Lifesciences, Health Advances, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, Smithwise and Ximedica.

Up to $250,000 will be awarded. Technologies for any medical device that serves the pediatric population are accepted, with a specific interest in five focus areas: cardiovascular/endovascular, asthma, obesity, sepsis and general pediatrics.

Those interested in participating in the Challenge who are located in the greater Boston metropolitan area are invited to attend this in-person Challenge kickoff event where Challenge co-hosts and partners will provide brief overviews of their focus areas.
Registration is requested by Friday, September 15 at https://goo.gl/forms/YWKfL2ODIEENH8LW2

Pamela Bump

Pamela Bump

Pamela Bump is a candidate for the Master of Science in Media Ventures at Boston University. After receiving a B.A. for a dual major in Journalism and Communication Studies from Keene State College in 2014, she became the Web Editor and Social Media Expert at Taste for Life Magazine, an alternative health publication. She then served as Copy Editor at The Keene Sentinel, a daily newspaper in Keene, N.H. While editing daily city news and designing pages for print, she also managed, edited, and contributed to a weekly health section.

As a Media Ventures student with a passion for health journalism, Pamela hopes to use her time at MedTech to expand storytelling skills, while learning about leadership and innovation in the media-startup industry.
Pamela Bump

Details

Date:
September 19
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Website:
https://www.bostonpdc.org/09192017

Venue

Hatch Fenway
Hatch Fenway 401 Park Drive 8th Floor East Elevators
Boston,MA02215United States
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Organizer Email Address
BPDC@childrens.harvard.edu

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