New M1 MedTech accelerator opens applications for first cohort

M1 MedTech Director of Programs Sean Bittner [Photo courtesy of M1 MedTech]

The new M1 MedTech accelerator is now taking applications from early-stage medical device developers for its first fall cohort.

The program — sponsored by contract research organization Proxima Clinical Research, based in Houston’s Texas Medical Center — said it has closed its first fund and wants “five to seven of the most promising early-stage medical device companies” for the three-month program.

M1 MedTech will select companies this summer for investments of up to $100,000 in the form of cash and in-kind services. The program’s coaching includes “a curated educational program, interactive workshops where participants can continually build out specific company deliverables, and tailored one-on-one mentoring,” M1 MedTech said in a news release.

“Our program is unique in that it combine…

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