Virtual Incision Stock / Medical DevicesFounded: 2006Funding to Date: $131.49MM

Virtual Incision is a robotic device company that assists medical surgeons. With a mission to create accessible robotic-assisted surgery (RAS), Virtual Incision uses miniRAS tray-to-table designs to enable shorter hospital stays and decrease open surgery conversions. In turn, the small design helps create minimally invasive surgeries for patients. Virtual Incision was founded by Dmitry Oleynikov and Shane Farritor in 2006 and is headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Management Team

John Murphy
Chief Executive Officer & President
Mukund Srinivasan Ph.D
Chief Financial Officer
Shane Farritor Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Dmitry Oleynikov MD
Co-Founder & Chief Surgeon
Piet Hinoul
Chief Medical Officer

Board Members

Amy Kobe
Baird Capital
Fernando Pacheco
Endeavour Vision
Robert Barmann
Endeavour Vision
Steve Kirby JD
Bluestem Capital Company
Tyler Stowater
Bluestem Capital Company

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News Highlights

Virtual Incision lets in another $30M for its surgical mini-robot
A little robot is leading to some big bucks. Assisted surgery developer Virtual Incision announced it has raised $30 million to help carry its operations through the next two years as it sets its sights on an FDA green light.
Virtual Incision submits surgical robot for FDA de novo review
Virtual Incision announced that it submitted its MIRA surgical robot to the FDA for de novo review. Lincoln, Nebraska-based Virtual Incision seeks authorization to market MIRA for use in bowel resection procedures. The submission follows a completed FDA investigational device exemption (IDE) study. FDA approved the IDE supplement for MIRA in April 2022.
Updated on: May 21, 2024


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