Consortium for Technology and Innovation in Pediatrics
CTIP - The Southern California pediatric medical device consortium

  • Unique Teams
  • For Unique Needs
  • To Bring Novel Devices to Benefit the Lives of Children
Supporting pediatric
innovation today.

Developing the pediatric innovators of tomorrow.


Medulloblastoma, the most commonly occurring malignant brain tumor in children, can be classified into four subgroups—each with a different risk profile requiring subgroup-specific therapy. Currently, subgroup determination is done after...

There's a serious need for pediatric medical devices - but little innovation in this market. The Sheikh Zayed Institute is working to change that.

Pediatric specific STTR funding opportunity - deadline July 15, 2015