The Pennsylvania Pediatric Medical Device Consortium (formerly the Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium), connects Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) with the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicin
The PPDC hopes this forum will increase engagement and awareness of available tools to develop and commercialize pediatric devices.
The PPDC is proud to have an active membership composed of innovators and luminaries with a diverse range of clinical, scienctific, and industry experience. Members share the PPDC goal to bring pediatric medical devices to market.
Membership benefits include:
News & Events
Little Sparrows Technology, a PPDC-assisted company, won the USPTO "Patents for Humanity" Award. See the link below for more information about the win. Little Sparrows recevied PPDC assistance in the consortium's first year, receiving one of the PPDC Sponsored Project Proposal awards and receiving assistance in preparation of SBIR grants.
The JPOD, located within the University of Pennsylvania's Pennovation Center, is a networking hub which includes a secure telecommunications conferencing system to connect regional innovators to the Johnson & Johnson Innovation network.
Pediatric Supergroup Pitch Competition
The Pediatric Supergroup Conference is now seeking applicants for its pitch competition, May 15-17, to showcase startups focused on emerging pediatric health technology.