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Ryan Shelton, PhD, CEO and co-founder of PhotoniCare, shares how he, along with Diego Preciado, MD, PhD, and Nancy Bauman, MD, The Joseph E. Robert Jr. Center for Surgical Care at Children's National, became involved in developing this technology designed to treat middle ear infections in kids.
Children’s National physician-scientist Conrad Russell Y. Cruz, MD, PhD, was awarded a $450,000 grant from the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to develop novel cell-based therapies for pediatric cancer.
Kolaleh Eskandanian, PhD, MBA, PMP, was quoted in an AAMI article covering Vittamed, one of the winning innovators from the 2014 National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation competition.
The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) is now accepting proposals for medical innovations that address a significant, yet unmet pediatric need. Five prizes of $50,000 each will be awarded to the winning presentations at the consortium’s third annual competition in February 2016.
Matthew Oetgen, MD, and Charles Berul, MD, spoke to the AP about the great need for pediatric medical devices during the Sheikh Zayed Institute Pediatric Surgical Innovation Symposium.
Fierce Medical Devices attended the third annual Shiekh Zayed Institute Pediatric Surgical Innovation Symposium and covered this year's winners AventaMed and Prospiria, as well as a winner from last year, who judged this year's competition.
AventaMed and Prospiria, Inc. each won a $50,000 award at Third Annual Pediatric Surgical Innovation Symposium.
Velano Vascular spoke with Medical Design Technology about the company's success after winning $50,000 during last year's Pediatric Medical Device competition.
Two pediatric medical device innovators, AventaMed of Cork, Ireland and Prospiria, Inc. of Galveston, Texas, were selected from eight finalists to each receive a $50,000 award in the annual competition held by the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Health System. The competition was part of the institute’s third annual symposium focused on fostering innovation that will advance pediatric healthcare and address unmet surgical and medical device needs for children.
Cardiologist Anita Krishnan, MD, presented a non-invasive fetal electrocardiogram device at the Sheikh Zayed Institute Pediatric Surgical Innovation Symposium.