In 2019, the consortium of the INNODERM project (EU Grant No. 687866) applied for and were successfully granted another EU Horizon 2020 follow-on project, called WINTHER (EU Grant No. 871763). The new project, which began in January 2020, builds upon the success of INNODERM, and will continue to develop the RSOM as a means of improving individualized healthcare through early diagnosis and monitoring of cardiovascular and dermatological conditions. 
In 2019, the INNODERM publication “Non-invasive imaging in dermatology and the unique potential of raster-scan optoacoustic mesoscopy” in the  Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology (JEADV) was awarded as one of the top downloaded publications in the year 2018 by Wiley Publishing.
In 2018, the INNODERM publication “Assessing hyperthermia-induced vasodilation in human skin in vivo using optoacoustic mesoscopy” in the Journal of Biophotonics won an award as one of the most-read articles of 2017 by the publisher Wiley.