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News 2017-06-07T19:41:16+00:00

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9Monday, October 9, 2017

Kite Medical Wins ELEVATE Pitch Competition

By | Monday, October 9, 2017|

Kite Medical are delighted to be selected as this years' winners of the ELEVATE pitch competition at HTVN in Boston, MA.  CEO, Sarah Loughney, presented to a panel of healthtech professionals and secured first place, a prize to the value of $10,000.  Kite Medical would like to thank all the organisers and supporters of the event. http://www.htvnc.com/blog/entrepreneurship/soaring-solutions-kite-medical-htvnc17-elevate-pitch-competition-winner/

9Saturday, September 9, 2017

Kite Medical Selected as Finalists in NCC-PDI Competition

By | Saturday, September 9, 2017|

Kite Medical have made the final of the prestigious National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) competition.  The final 12 companies were selected from a record number of 98 well-qualified applications received from across the U.S. and internationally. The finals will be held at the 5th Annual Pediatric Device Innovation Symposium which takes place in San Jose, CA.

6Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Kite Medical / Translational Medical Device Lab Collaboration

By | Wednesday, September 6, 2017|

Kite Medical is delighted to announce its collaboration with the Translation Medical Device Lab and in particular Dr. Martin O' Halloran and Eoghan Dunne, Ph.D. Researcher. The Translational Medical Device Lab is focused on developing medical devices that have a tangible impact on patient care and support Ireland's indigeneous medtech industry. The Translational Medical Device Lab is located within University College Hospital Galway and is co-located with the HRB's Clinical Research Facility, giving the team access to both clinical expertise and patients. The Translational Medical Device Lab seeks to bridge the gap between industry and academia by adopting industry best-practice in device development, and supporting the medtech sector in both device design and clinical evaluation of novel devices. https://www.tmdlab.ie/