The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) is extending its “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids” competition deadline to Aug. 24 at midnight Pacific time.
“We’ve had unprecedented interest in the competition this year and we want to accommodate as many pediatric medical device innovators as possible, so we want to give everyone a bit more time to finalize their submission,” said Kolaleh Eskandanian, executive director of the Sheikh Zayed Institute and NCC-PDI.
The fifth annual Pediatric Device Innovation Symposium is scheduled to take place on Sept. 24 in San Jose, Calif., where six innovations will be awarded up to $250,000 in prizes.
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