February 22, 2022
3:00 - 3:30 p.m. EST
CNY Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC) highly successful Medical Device Innovation Challenge (MDIC) which has graduated 26 early stage teams to date, is now accepting applications for the 2022 program.
Hear from CNYBAC Executive Director, Kathi Durdon, about the program, the application process and graduate successes. Applications are accepted now through April 30. The MDIC Review Committee will accept 5 teams to participate in the 6-month intensive mentor program which begins August 1. You must be a US-based team to apply. You can participate virtually or on-site during the 6-month program.
More info about the MDIC Program: https://www.cnybac.com/medical-device-innovation-challenge-in-the-national-grid-creation-garage/
To register for this presentation: https://upstate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrdu-qrzkrGdDU9YNoEra7w0RaCW_WQWAF
From a couple of our recent graduates:
"MDIC provided a diligent and highly accomplished interdisciplinary team of industry professionals who provided the needed mentorship, connections, and perspective to help my company accelerate its growth and development. Time and time again, theses mentors have been invaluable to our success and I offer my most enthusiastic support for this incredible program."
Longsha Liu, CEO & Co-founder, Vita Innovations (MDIC 2020 Graduate)
"We are so grateful for the help that MDIC has provided to us. They introduced us to Syracuse University - where we worked both with the biomedical engineers in the Capstone program on the redesign of the prototype and with the Law Department on patent review. They introduced us to investors. They provided invaluable feedback and advice. We are incredibly lucky that we got accepted into the program and recommend it whole-heartedly to anyone in the early stages of developing their medical device."
Katya Sverdlov, CFA, Esq., Co-founder, CEO, JelikaLite Corporation (MDIC 2021 Graduate)