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LambdaVision, Inc. is commercializing a retinal implant to restore vision for the millions of patients suffering from retinitis pigmentosa (RP) and age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Both RP and AMD lead to the loss of photoreceptor cells, and the retinal implant developed by LambdaVision is inserted behind the retina to replace the function of these damaged cells.


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Dr. Wagner will Present at the CURE Bioscience ClubhouseCT on February 16th
January 31, 2017
Dr. Nicole Wagner and Mark Roser will be presenting on February 16, 2017 at CURE's Bioscience ClubhouseCT: Preserving Sight - Leading the Fight to Eradicate Blindness. The event will highlight some of the recent research and development efforts in the field of retinal research, and will raise awareness on the devastating retinal diseases that lead to blindness for millions of individuals across the globe.

LambdaVision was Awarded a 2016 UConn SPARK Grant
November 21, 2016
LambdaVision is a recipient of the 2016 UConn SPARK Technology Commercialization Fund Award offered by the Office of the Vice President for Research. The funds from this award will initiate a collaboration with Dr. Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos (UConn Chemistry) and will allow us to further evaluate the manufacturing of our technology. This press release provides further information about the program and the awardees.

LambdaVision Wins CASIS-Boeing Prize for Technology in Space at the 2016 MassChallenge Awards Ceremony
November 3, 2016
LambdaVision has been awarded the CASIS-Boeing Prize for Technology in Space, which will allow us to carry out vital experiments aboard the International Space Station. LambdaVision was awarded this prize at the MassChallenge Awards Ceremony held on November 2nd. We would like to thank the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), Boeing, Space Tango, and MassChallenge for their support and for this wonderful opportunity! A list of all winning companies from MassChallenge 2016 can be found using this link. Congratulations to all MassChallenge finalists and to all top startups who won a part of the $1.5M prize.

LambdaVision Wins Wolff New Venture Prize
October 24, 2016
LambdaVision and ProtectiScope were both awarded the Wolff Prize and an award of $15,000 at the Wolff New Venture Competition. The Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CCEI) hosted the event and the Wolff Family generously awarded two companies out of a group of many talented finalists. Audrey Gallo, an intern at LambdaVision and a UConn undergraduate studying biomedical engineering, delivered the winning pitch for LambdaVision. Elizabeth Pouya, also a student in the biomedical engineering program and the founder of ProtectiScope, was recognized for her technology that aims to improve stethoscope hygiene in healthcare settings. The judges surprised the audience by declaring a first-place tie between the two companies. Details about the event can be found here. We would like to give a special thanks to Michelle Cote, Dr. Timothy Folta, and the Wolff family, in addition to the many individuals who devoted their time and expertise towards guiding these young entrepreneurs to success during the CCEI Summer Fellowship program.



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