Vasoptic Medical gets $250K investment from Abell Foundation

August 11, 2015

 Bye bye, ‘burbs. Vasoptic Medical is officially a city company now.

 

The medical device startup, which is making a device that allows primary-care doctors to give diabetes patients eye exams rather than making an extra trip to the eye doctor, completed its move from Columbia to Locust Point. The company’s new office is within Mindgrub’s climbing-wall-outfitted space near McHenry Row.

 

Earlier this summer, Vasoptic CEO M. Jason Brooke told us the move would help the company be closer to Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where the company is testing the device. He also believes the location will help in recruiting since it is close to other tech companies, amenities and interstate access. And let’s be honest: Mindgrub has a climbing wall.

 

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