Earlier this year, I was very pleased to announce the formation of the Penn Center for Health, Devices, and Technology (Penn Health-Tech), which is uniting Penn’s strengths throughout campus in medicine, engineering, and business to create new technologies and advance research in medical devices and systems.
Penn Health-Tech is now accepting proposals for technology-based projects which address important healthcare needs. Please see below guidelines on the online application submission or visit http://healthtech.upenn.edu/ for additional information on networking and collaborative opportunities.
Jon Epstein, MD
Penn Health-Tech is excited to announce that they are accepting proposals in the biomedical area for technology-based projects that address important healthcare needs.
Deadline to submit an application is 11:59pm Friday, September 15, 2017
Penn Health-Tech (PHT) is a campus-wide initiative created with the mission to increase the invention, development, testing, and translation of new health related technologies to improve patient care and quality of life.
Eligibility: Principal Investigator must be a full-time employees or students at the University of Pennsylvania or at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Scope: While project proposals will be accepted to meet any clinical need, particular attention for this call will be paid to technologies in the following areas:
In particular, we seek to support projects that can leverage Penn’s combined strengths in Engineering, Penn Medicine & Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Proposals that cross departments, schools, and promote sharing expertise are strongly encouraged.
Budget: Fund from $5K to $50K
Examples of funding support include:
Submission: September 15, 2017
For more Information & To Apply: http://healthtech.upenn.edu/