February 15, 2019
Amnion Life was chosen as a finalist in the UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium competition.
Amnion Life - Neonatal incubator with synthetic amnionic fluid
Bionic Tot - Button Huggie: Gastrostomy button securement device CereVu Medical - Real-time non-invasive objective pain monitor Eclipse Enterogenesis - Distraction enterogenesis for short bowel syndrome Eko - Measuring ventricular strain by handheld acoustic cardiography Gravitas Medical - Optimizing enteral feeding, placement, and nutrition KIT Bio - Dipstick for kidney transplant rejection Palmm - Bioelectronic to stop excessive sweating Smileyscope - Transforming medical procedures through VR Stanford University - Micro-basophil activation test (uBAT): A rapid food allergy diagnostic device Stanford University - MiG2.0: Instrumented mouthguard for assessment of mild traumatic brain injury in youth contact sport University of California, San Francisco - Beacon: A wireless tracheostomy alarm and respiratory monitoring system University of California, San Francisco - Tabla: Acoustic pediatric pneumonia detection device
Join us to experience new health care technology, see prototypes in
development and network with thought leaders and researchers who are
passionate about bringing new advances to our field. Taking place on
the Stanford University campus, this event brings together innovators, researchers, clinicians and industry experts to explore and showcase the innovative pediatric
technologies being developed at Stanford Children’s Health and beyond.
This event will feature:
Thought leaders who will discuss resources and processes that support innovation at Stanford Children’s Health
The new, FDA-funded, UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium (PDC) which helps drive promising pediatric device ideas to market for patients
A panel of pediatric health entrepreneurs discussing the meaningful use of data to improve outcomes in maternal and child health
Biotech innovators who will highlight advances in drug development
The UCSF-Stanford PDC’s pitch competition, where designers of
pediatric innovative technologies in various stages of development, from
prototype to finished product, will pitch their ideas to a panel of
judges for a chance at seed funding
A speed networking session—a unique, informal environment for
attendees to meet directly with innovators, thought leaders and subject
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