Do you have an idea for a new medical device or assistive technology but need some assistance to prototype or evaluate it?
Join MDPP Innovations Manager, Ms Aisha Sirop to learn about Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP), a unique model for collaboration that responds to industry-driven research problems.
The MDPP brings researchers, clinicians, end-users and industry together in the development of innovative medical devices and assistive technologies with market potential. Currently the MDPP is administering the Medical Technologies Program on behalf of the Government of South Australia.
The Program provides a mechanism for the development of prototypes, proof of concept or clinical evaluation with a particular focus on finding solutions for end-users.
Applicants from research, industry and clinical settings are able to submit their product ideas for review and possible selection for assistance through the MDPP.
Attend this presentation to find out more about the MDPP process and criteria, and learn about some of the past projects and products that have now reached the market.