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Penn Health-Tech and the Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation invite faculty from the University of Pennsylvania, Penn Medicine, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to submit proposals for pilot funding by September 23, 2019 at 5pm. The goal of this funding is to support the development of medical device and health technology projects that address important unmet medical needs. Proposals that cross departments and schools and promote sharing expertise are strongly encouraged.
Selected proposals will receive
- Pilot funding: From $5,000 up to $50,000
- Mentorship and project support: Advisors will help you refine your design, build partnerships and work towards achieving proof of concept
- Access to experts
July 12 – September 23: Application period
October 28: Interview day (a select group of finalists will be invited in for an interview)
November: Notification of application status
HOW TO APPLY
- Create a SurveyMonkey account using your University of Pennsylvania, Penn Medicine, or Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia email address.
- Verify your email address.
- Fill out the application in its entirety. To preview a sample application, click here.
- Submit your application by 5 PM on Monday, September 23.
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Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and Penn Medicine are eligible to receive funding for proof of concept projects and promising inventions. CHOP employees are also eligible to receive funding for proof of concept projects and promising inventions. Team leader or Principal Investigator must be a full-time faculty member of Penn or full-time research faculty member of CHOP.
Penn Medicine and University of Pennsylvania employees are eligible to participate in the Medical Device Accelerator Program.
Pilot funding range from $5,000 up to $50,000 for one year with the potential for additional funding based on project progression. Please note that awards are non-transferable will be given only to the full-time Penn or CHOP research faculty members (through Penn or CHOP, as applicable) to be spent on research in or directed by Penn or CHOP facilities.