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.
INNODERM Coordinator Prof. Vasilis Ntziachristos recieved the 2021 Karl Heinz Beckurts Prize for sucessfully translating problem-solving research into medical applications and solutions, including work that was completed during the INNODERM project.
At the European Society of Molecular Imaging Meeting (EMIM) 2021, in Göttingen, Germany, PhD students Nikolina-Alexia Fasoula and Christoph Dehner (pictured above) took home Poster Awardsin the sessions “Imaging Metabolism” and “Image Processing and Quantification”, respectfully, for their work using the RSOM developed during INNODERM: