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CAPCaT Solicitation 2024

CAPCaT announces the 2024 solicitation of grant applications focused on developing, adapting, or validating point-of-care technologies that can be rapidly applied to heart, lung, blood, or sleep disorders, with additional interest in projects that incorporate complementary and integrative health approaches. 

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Research and Innovation Translation Partnerships in Point-of-Care Technologies Conference and Technology Showcase 

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CAPCaT 2.0 Grant Renewal 

UMass Chan and UMass Lowell’s point-of-care technology initiative awarded $8.9 million renewal

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Year 5 Awardees

CAPCaT announces Year 5 awardees
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POCTRN Solicitation 2022

Do you have a promising point-of-care medical technology in need of further development?

COVID-19 Funding Opportunity: RADx Fast-Track Program for COVID-19 Test Development and Distribution

Innovative Technologies to Increase U.S. Capacity for COVID-19 Testing
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NIBIB Plans to Announce a Prize Competition

NIH Technology Accelerator Challenge: Non-invasive Diagnostic Technologies for Global Health

UMass Chan study finds group medical meetings help low-income patients with chronic pain, depression

Paula Gardiner incorporates mindfulness to reduce medication use and emergency room visits
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ASCB Biotech Courses

Applications Open February 2020
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Webinar: Point of Care Tests

How Can We Learn What Clinicians and Patients Want?
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Webinar: Understanding the FDA - Accelerating the Pathway to Approval for Point-of-Care Technologies

Join Susan Tiedy-Stevenson as she discusses how to accelerate your way along the path to FDA approval.
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Webinar: Ensuring Success of Point of Care Technologies with a Systems Engineering Approach

James Stahl, MD, CM, MPH discusses how a Systems Engineering approach to developing disruptive point-of-care technologies can help overcome the many barriers to successful clinical adoption.
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M2D2 receives $7.9M NIH grant for new center to assist medical-device entrepreneurs

Center for Advancing Point-of-Care Technologies aims to transform patient care