Regarding diagnostic samples in human medicine, samples can end up telling an inaccurate story of the state of the patient and the underlying disease, because samples too often are in poor shape upon arrival to the pathology lab.Read More
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The Advanced Industries (AI) Grant Accelerator program, as part of the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT) awarded LACUNA Diagnostics a $100,000 grant. As part of the grant award, founders of LACUNA will also attend the Rockies Venture Club (RVC) Hyper Accelerator Program.Read More
The Advanced Industries (AI) Grant Accelerator program, as part of the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT), awarded LACUNA Diagnostics a $100,000 grant as a promising, innovative, advanced technology, start-up company.Read More
Our team is hard at work revolutionizing veterinary telemedicine and raising the standard of care for our pets. We have been chosen to compete in the semi-finals of the 2017 Denver Startup Week and we need YOU to help get us to the final round of Denver Startup Week for a chance to compete for a $100,000 prize package.Read More
Veterinary Pathologist, Laura Synder, DVM, practitioner at Mansfield Laboratories at Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Hospital, is an ally of LACUNA Diagnostics as we raise the standard of care for our pets and revolutionize veterinary medicine with digital cytology.Read More
We are excited to be the winner of first ever “Pet Project” Pitch competition for Innovations in pet industry. This award helps us accelerate our efforts in increasing the quality of care for our pets.Read More
We are thrilled to take the next step toward improving the quality of care for our pets.
On April 28, 2017 we won the second place prize of $13,000 in the 8th Annual University of Northern Colorado, Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge.
We competed against other Colorado-based startup ventures. Submitted business plans were vetted by a panel of judges and the top five were selected to compete in the final round pitch competition.
Veterinary medicine often looks to human medicine for innovation and new technological direction. There is a 5-10 year lag in the technological adoption cycles between human and veterinary medicine. Without the insurance infrastructure, Vet Med cannot support the ultra-high dollar technology that advances the human health world. Like the human sphere, veterinary medicine continues to push toward “specialization’’, with pets visiting a suite of specialists including surgeons, dermatologists, cardiologists, etc for further advanced treatments. Technological innovation can have the greatest impact among these specialists marketplaces, forcing competition and lowering prices for consumers.Read More