We congratulate our 4 pediatric medical device winners who will apply their existing medical devices to help address health inequity in pediatrics
Grants up to $15,000 awarded to support activities that apply or adapt their existing medical device to help address health inequities in children
Understanding knowledge gaps among pediatric medical device startups
CTIP x CHLA Innovation Studio are collaborating with the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) Innovation Fund to better support diverse founders.
We are proud of our 5 pediatric medical device grant winners!
We are Proud of our 12 Pediatric Medical Device Grant Semi-finalists!
90 applicants from 21 states in 19 different pediatric subspecialties submitted letters of intent
We congratulate our 4 pediatric medical device winners who will apply or adapt their existing medical device to help manage the impacts of COVID-19 on children
Black lives matter. Black voices matter. You matter. You matter to us. We stand with you.
Grants up to $15,000 awarded to support activities that apply or adapt existing medical devices to help manage the health impacts of the crisis on children
ScaleLA weekly programming series, featuring health thought leaders & innovators, extended to support health entrepreneurs through CV-19 & economic uncertainty
CTIP launches the CTIP/NIHUB Clinical Insight Group that will leverage the crucial insights and experiences of nurses to drive bedside innovation
Eng-IR Program provides seasoned engineers from across all disciplines an opportunity to work with CTIP portfolio companies from concept to commercialization
CTIP held its 2019 Symposium, The Los Angeles MedTech Ecosystem: Spotlight on Pediatrics hosting over 150 tech leaders, entrepreneurs and healthcare leaders
CTIP has awarded $250,000 in seed grants to innovators developing novel devices and technologies for pediatric patients
We are Proud of our 14 Pediatric Medical Device Grant Semi-finalists
Over 100 applicants from 20 states in 18 different pediatric subspecialties
2019 CTIP CPI Grant winners will have exclusive access to Google Cloud Services for Startups
CTIP is one of five centers in the country awarded an FDA Pediatric Device Consortia grant.
CTIP has awarded $235,000 in seed grants to accelerate projects specifically designed to improve the safety and delivery of care to infants and children.