Our Company

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History

Our revolutionary nucleic acid detection technology has been developed by UCLA faculty for over 10 years. 


Electronucleics was founded in 2017 by the UCLA inventors and a NASA technologist with the goal of developing low cost portable devices usable in doctors' offices and clinics everywhere.   

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Present

  Electronucleics has won funding competitions from several sources to conduct preclinical studies and build a laboratory prototype capable of automated technology of human samples.  

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Future

We are seeking funding to expand the range of detectable pathogens, build a multiplexed commercial prototype, and navigate FDA approval. 

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Sam Y. Bae

Harold Monbouquette

Harold Monbouquette

CEO and technologist. 15 years experience in building numerous micro systems including microfluidics for Mars exploration.

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Harold Monbouquette

Harold Monbouquette

Harold Monbouquette

Director and inventor.  Chemical engineering professor at UCLA for 30 years.  Associate Dean, Research and Physical Resources.  Research focused on sensors and diagnostics. 

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Jacob Schmidt

Harold Monbouquette

Jacob Schmidt

Director and inventor. Professor of Bioengineering. Research focused on biophysics and biosensors.