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Pediatric Technology Center (PTC) Request for Proposals: Imlay Innovation Fund
APDC-supported CorMatrix, develops devices that can grow with the patient
Six innovative pediatric medical device projects selected for seed grant awards
The Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (PPDC) innounces its fourth annual Request for Applications for funds...
The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation has launched their 3rd annual Pediatric Device Competition.
Finalist from across the country made presentations and discussed their device ideas with the APDC review committee, an...
Georgia Tech and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta have developed an iPad app that helps therapists treat children who have...
Georgia Tech and partner organizations improving the lives of children
U.S. Food and Drug Administration grants public-private partnership five year award
Company launched with APDC support gets a big boost

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New monitored hand sanitizing system making its way to hospitals.
Amy Baxter, an emergency pediatrician in Atlanta, created a high-frequency vibrating ice pack that helps disrupt pain signals on their way to the brain.
The development of surgical tools and medical devices designed for children lags a decade behind device development for adults.

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