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Children’s National Hospital and the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) announce the opening of a request for proposal to solicit companies interested in obtaining pediatric labeling for medical devices that may address an unmet need in the pediatric population and
A mechanical elbow brace for pediatric patients is the winner of $30,000 in grant funding in a competition focused on medical device technologies for the unmet needs of children. The mechanical elbow brace, called “Move-D,” is designed to improve activities of daily living for pediatric ataxic cerebral
A California-based startup has won a $30,000 grant to help bring its Move-D mechanical elbow brace to market. In a Nov. 1 news announcement, Innovation Lab said it designed the Move-D brace to help Dylan, a child with ataxic cerebral palsy. On its Web site, Innovation Lab said Dylan “feels as though
Devices for pediatric patients don’t often receive the same attention as those for adults, with the space attaining less funding and thereby achieving less innovation. However, a recent round of awards following a pitch competition held by the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation
An Orange County-based startup, Innovation Lab, was awarded $30,000 in grant funding to help bring their “Move-D” mechanical elbow brace to market to help improve Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for pediatric ataxic cerebral palsy patients. The grant was awarded during the “Make Your Medical Device
The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) announces five awardees chosen in its prestigious “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition. Each received a share of $150,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with awards ranging