Pediatric Device Consortium Awarded $6.7M FDA Grant


The UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium has been awarded a $6.7M P50 grant from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to accelerate the development and availability of pediatric medical devices. Read more >>


Innovators Forum




Every Tuesday at 4pm, join the PDC's multidisciplinary group of clinicians, scientists, engineers, and industry professionals at the Innovators Forum, a lively meeting for device innovators to share and receive feedback on their devices. See calendar >>


Pediatric Device Accelerator


The UCSF PDC held its inaugural Pediatric Device Accelerator Pitch Competition on November 14, awarding a total of $252,500, funded by FDA's Office of Orphan Products Development and the UCSF Department of Surgery, to teams developing novel pediatric medical devices. Read more >>

Join The PDC

To learn more about joining the UCSF Pediatric Device Consortium, visit our membership page.


Applying real-world evidence to product label expansion

Presenter: Stefano Rensi, PhD, UCSF-Stanford PDC RWE Project Lead

Applying magnetic technology towards vascular interventions

Presenters: Alon Aharon, MD & Rajeev Narayan, MD, Vassar Brothers Medical Center


Clinical trials
IDE received. Currently in clinical trials.
Device redesign with SBIR direct-to-phase II grant
Commercial use in U.S., Canada, Argentina, France, and Colombia
Licensed technology to startup
A redesigned prototype is being manufactured for preclinical testing.