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  • 17 May 2021: Art meets science on display at TranslaTUM

    17 May 2021: Art meets science on display at TranslaTUM

    Today we finalized our art meets science take on optoacoustic imagery. This beautiful RSOM-generated image of a nailfold capillary and others will soon be hung in the TranslaTUM corridors, beautifying and educating at the same time. Come stop by to see our sci-art and learn a bit more about high-precision …Read More »
  • 23 April 2021: Follow-up project WINTHER has its review meeting

    23 April 2021: Follow-up project WINTHER has its review meeting

    The follow-up project to INNODERM, project WINTHER (Grant no. 871763) had its first Review Meeting (pictured), during which we successfully presented results from the first year of operation. Our excellent consortium composed of iThera Medical GmbH, Sonaxis SA, Rayfos Ltd, Humanitas University, and led by the Technical University of Munich, …Read More »
  • 19 April 2021: INNODERM Lead Scientist wins German Psoriasis Prize

    19 April 2021: INNODERM Lead Scientist wins German Psoriasis Prize

    Delighted to announce that INNODERM lead scientists, Juan Aguirre, has recieved the German Psoriasis Prize of the Deutsche Dematologishe Gesellschaft for his pioneering work with optoacoustic mesoscopy. Congratulations Juan! Check out the DDG presentation (in German) here: Verleihung Psoriasis Preis, Neurodermitis Preis und Almirall FörderpreisRead More »
  • 16 April 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Andrei Berezhnoi

    16 April 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Andrei Berezhnoi

    Today, August 31. 2021, marks the official end of the INNODERM project. For 5+ years (we got 6 extra months together due to the pandemic) our excellent consortium composed of iThera Medical GmbH, Sonaxis SA, Rayfos Ltd, Humanitas University, and led by the Technical University of Munich, has worked tirelessly …Read More »
  • 23 March 2021: Optoacoustic Imaging in Dermatology webinar recap

    23 March 2021: Optoacoustic Imaging in Dermatology webinar recap

    On March 23, 2021, the INNODERM hosted an online industry dissemination workshop/webinar titled “Optoacoustic Imaging in Dermatology”. The aim of the workshop was to present the most exciting INNODERM work and achievements, presenton topics of applications and imaging benefits of Raster Scanning Optoacoustic Mesoscopy (RSOM), which were developed during the INNODERM project, …Read More »
  • 23 March 2021: Event Announcement – Optoacoustic Imaging in Dermatology webinar

    23 March 2021: Event Announcement – Optoacoustic Imaging in Dermatology webinar

    On March 23, 2021, the INNODERM consortium will host its own webinar titled ‘Optoacoustic Imaging in Dermatology’. The webinar will features a series of talks on how clinicians and scientists around the world are using RSOM technology in dermatological applications. Register now! https://bit.ly/INNODERMwebRead More »
  • 11 November 2020: INNODERM on Schwanke meets Science!

    11 November 2020: INNODERM on Schwanke meets Science!

    Today our “SMS – Schwanke meets Science” episode aired on the German national TV network BR Wissen! SMS is a new, innovative knowledge format for ARD-alpha, in which Meteorologist and presenter Karsten Schwanke brings cutting-edge research in Germany to life. In each season, he travels to a different research location …Read More »
  • 6 November 2020: RSOM featured in Management & Krankenhaus article

    6 November 2020: RSOM featured in Management & Krankenhaus article

    The German publication ‘Management & Krankenhaus’ recently interviewed Dr. Manfred Türke and Dr. Dominik Jüstel from Helmholtz Zentrum München and Christian Wiest, iThera Medical GmbH, to discuss optoacoustic imaging, including RSOM that was developed through INNODERM, and its potential to become a standard method in diagnostics. Read the full article (in …Read More »
  • 10 November 2020: INNODERM Webinar series continues with Dr. Juan Aguirre

    10 November 2020: INNODERM Webinar series continues with Dr. Juan Aguirre

    Our next INNODERM webinar, hosted by iThera Medical, will take place on November 10th, 2020. In this webinar, Dr. Juan Aguirre Bueno, PhD, will outline his work using RSOM for imaging of skin inflammatory conditions. Register here: https://lnkd.in/dWw37Qz  You can watch this and other RSOM related webinars on our webinars …Read More »
  • 2 October 2020: New INNODERM communication and dissemination tool – facemasks!

    2 October 2020: New INNODERM communication and dissemination tool – facemasks!

    With the continuation of the pandemic and necessary mask mandates, we are getting creative with our Dissemination and Communication efforts. We have printed a limited number of INNODERM facemasks (to match our t-shirts) showing a beautiful RSOM image of healthy skin, as worn by Katja Haedicke from our partners iThera …Read More »
  • 31 August 2020: New publication in the British Journal of Dermatology

    31 August 2020: New publication in the British Journal of Dermatology

    Another publication featuring developments made during the INNODERM project is out, this time in the British Journal of Dermatology. In the article, the authors (B. Hindelang, J. Aguirre, A. Berezhnoi, T. Biedermann, U. Darsow, B. Eberlein, and V. Ntziachristos) describe how optoacoustic mesoscopy technology (RSOM) could revolutionize phototesting with unprecedented …Read More »
  • 10 July 2020: INNODERM Review Meeting

    10 July 2020: INNODERM Review Meeting

    The third Review Meeting of the INNODERM project is scheduled for July 10, 2020 and we are busy preparing for it. Today, despite the pandemic, the consortium all joined together on an online platform for our rehearsal, which includes a live demonstration of the RSOM prototype for our project officer …Read More »
  • 9 July 2020: New publication in the Journal of Clinical Immunology

    9 July 2020: New publication in the Journal of Clinical Immunology

    A new INNODERM article was published in the Journal of Clinical Immunology by consortium partner Humanitas University. In this work, the authors present a case study on a patient with skin conditions pyoderma gangrenosum-like and amicrobial pustulosis of the folds. Through the work of INNODERM and the development of the …Read More »
  • 28 June 2020: New INNODERM publication in Contact Dermatitis

    28 June 2020: New INNODERM publication in Contact Dermatitis

    INNODERM Coordinator Vasilis Ntziachristos, in collaboration with Daniel Razansky of ETH Zürich has published a book chapter in the Recent Results in Cancer Research book series. The chapter reviews the current state of optical and optoacoustic imaging for biomedical applications. Razansky D, and Ntziachristos V. Optical and Optoacoustic Imaging. Recent Results …Read More »
  • 25 June 2020: INNODERM Webinar by members of the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC)

    25 June 2020: INNODERM Webinar by members of the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC)

    Our next INNODERM webinar, hosted by iThera Medical, will take place on 25th of June, 2020. In this webinar, Dr. Dinish U S, Group Leader, and Dr. Chris Ho, Business Development Manager, at the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC) will present their work using Multispectral Optoacoustic Tomography (MSOT) and Raster-Scanning Optoacoustic …Read More »
  • 3 June 2020: INNODERM Webinar hosted by iThera given by Dr. Juan Aguirre

    3 June 2020: INNODERM Webinar hosted by iThera given by Dr. Juan Aguirre

    As the pandemic continues and most of us find ourselves working from home, the INNODERM team is finding new and innovative ways of spreading their findings. Here, Dr. Juan Aguirre of TUM presents his most recent findings using the RSOM during the Institute for Biological and Medical Imaging’s colloquium. This …Read More »
  • 4 May 2020: Hindelang et al. 2018 recieves award from Wiley Publishing

    4 May 2020: Hindelang et al. 2018 recieves award from Wiley Publishing

    The INNODERM review paper “Non-invasive imaging in dermatology and the unique potential of raster-scan optoacoustic mesoscopy” was recently awarded by Wiley Publishing as one of the top downloaded articles in 2019 from the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology. The article reviews the unique potential of RSOM …Read More »
  • 28 April 2020: New INNODERM publication in Contact Dermatitis

    28 April 2020: New INNODERM publication in Contact Dermatitis

    The INNODERM team has published another new dermatology paper, this time in the journal Contact Dermatitis. The paper, titled ‘Optoacoustic mesoscopy shows potential to increase accuracy of allergy patch testing,’ expands the applications of optoacoustic mesoscopy and RSOM. Hindelang, B., Aguirre, J., Berezhnoi, A., He, H., Eyerich, K., Ntziachristos, V., Biedermann, T., …Read More »
  • 16 March 2020: Coronavirus pandemic update and project status

    16 March 2020: Coronavirus pandemic update and project status

    As the world watches the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic unfold, the INNODERM team is focusing on maintaing public health and keeping its participants safe. As of today, many of our employees at the Technical University of Munich will work only from home. We ask for your understanding for these necessary restrictions, …Read More »
  • 12 March 2020: New INNODERM publication in Nature Biomedical Engineering

    12 March 2020: New INNODERM publication in Nature Biomedical Engineering

    A new collaboration publication with the Grimm Lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York!  The paper, titled “High-resolution optoacoustic imaging of tissue responses to vascular-targeted therapies” is featured on the cover (pictured) and is partially supported by INNODERM.  Haedicke K, Agemy L, Omar M, Berezhnoi A, Roberts …Read More »
  • 5 March 2020: New INNODERM publication in Aktuelle Dermatologie

    5 March 2020: New INNODERM publication in Aktuelle Dermatologie

    The newest INNODERM publication is out in the German language journal Aktuelle Dermatologie. In the paper, the authors present a review explaining the technical basis of optoacoustic imaging and describe and discuss the current state of research regarding application areas of macroscopic, mesoscopic, and microscopic optoacoustic systems. Hindelang, B., Schönmann, C., …Read More »
  • 7 February 2020: INNODERM presence at dermatology conference DDG Kompakt

    7 February 2020: INNODERM presence at dermatology conference DDG Kompakt

    The INNODERM team participated in the German Dermatology Society Dermatology Kompakt und Praisnah Days in Dresden this week. During the conference, Christine Schonmann (pictured) presented her work on the skin conditions livedoid vasculitis, and how optoacoustic imaging can improve its diagnosis and monitoring.  Dermatologie KOMPAKT & PRAXISNAH 2020 Read More »
  • 22 January 2020: INNODERM follow-up project WINTHER Kickoff

    22 January 2020: INNODERM follow-up project WINTHER Kickoff

    On January 22, the INNODERM Consortium gathered for the first time as the WINTHER Consortium for the official kickoff of the follow-on project, WINTHER (Grant No. 871763).  The new project is funded by EU Horizon 2020, and is titled “Fast optoacoustic mesoscopy, using the skin as a WINdow for THERaperutic …Read More »
  • 20 December 2019: INNODERM Third Consortium Meeting in Munich

    20 December 2019: INNODERM Third Consortium Meeting in Munich

    The INNODERM consortium united on December 20th in Munich, along with our Scientific Advisory Board and Ethics advisor, for its Third Consortium Meeting. Germany is renown for its Christmas markets, so the choice of location fot this December meeting was an easy one! Many in-depth discussions regarding the progress and …Read More »
  • 22 November 2019: INNODERM participates in the Munich Imaging Science Slam

    22 November 2019: INNODERM participates in the Munich Imaging Science Slam

    INNODERM scientists and support staff joined in for the Munich Science Slam on November 22nd to spead the word about optoacoustic imaging, RSOM, and how details about the skin can be caught while imaging it. Along with many other interesting talks and exhibits, our own INNODERM PhD student, Andrei Berezhnoi, …Read More »
  • 7 November 2019: New INNODERM publication in Nature Communication

    7 November 2019: New INNODERM publication in Nature Communication

    The newest INNODERM publication has been published in Nature Communications by consortium partner TUM. In the publication, the authors present a homogentisic acid-derived pigment (HDP) for biocompatible intracellular labeling of macrophages with strong optoacoustic contrast efficient enough to resolve single cells with RSOM against a strong blood background. This work expands the …Read More »
  • 28 October 2019: INNODERM at the Molecular Imaging and Minimally Invasive Therapy (MIMIT) in Beijing

    28 October 2019: INNODERM at the Molecular Imaging and Minimally Invasive Therapy (MIMIT) in Beijing

    INNODERM Coordinator, Vasilis Ntziachristos, joined the Molecular Imaging and Minimally Invasive Therapy (MIMIT) in Beijing and the Nature Conference of Translational Imaging Conference in Zhuhai, China this past week. Lots of excellent and insightful talks and impressions!Read More »
  • 9-13 October 2019: EADV Congress in Madrid

    9-13 October 2019: EADV Congress in Madrid

    From the 9th until the 13th October 2019, members of the INNODERM consortium participated in the industry session of the 28th Congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV), which took place in Madrid. The EADV Congress is the largest dermatology meeting in Europe, attracting over 11,000 attendees …Read More »
  • 1 September 2019: New INNODERM publication in Optics Letters

    1 September 2019: New INNODERM publication in Optics Letters

    INNODERM`s newest publication has been published in Optics Letters, with the authors detailing the assessment of skin conditions through ultrawideband raster scan optoacoustic mesoscopy with an extended wavelength range from visible to short-wave infrared and observed previously unseen high-resolution images of lipids colocalized with water, melanin, and hemoglobin distribution in human …Read More »
  • 2 August 2019: Follow-up project to INNODERM funded by the EU Horizon 2020 program

    2 August 2019: Follow-up project to INNODERM funded by the EU Horizon 2020 program

    The INNODERM Consortium was notified today that it’s follow-on project, WINTHER (Grant No. 871763), has recieved funding from EU Horizon 2020! The project, titled “Fast optoacoustic mesoscopy, using the skin as a WINdow for THERaperutic monitoring of local and systemic diseases,” begins in January 2020 and will aim to take …Read More »
  • 26 July 2019: INNODERM at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

    26 July 2019: INNODERM at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

    INNODERM Coordinator, Vasilis Ntziachristos gave the keynote lecture at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society in Berlin today. The talk showcased bioenginnering innovations in visualizing anatomical, physiological and molecular biomarkers using label-free imaging with optoacoustics. Read More »
  • 17 July 2019: New INNODERM publication in the Journal of Medical Physics

    17 July 2019: New INNODERM publication in the Journal of Medical Physics

    INNODERM`s newest publication in the journal Medical Physics presents a method based on machine learning that enables, for the first time, automated identification of skin layers in ultra-broadband raster-scan optoacoustic mesoscopy (UWB-RSOM) data.   In this paper, the authors present the identification of morphological characteristics of skin lesions is of vital …Read More »
  • 12 July 2019: IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging publication

    12 July 2019: IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging publication

    On July 12, a new INNODERM paper was published in the journal IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging by Nitkunanantharajah et al. titled “Skin surface detection in 3D optoacoustic mesoscopy based on dynamic programming“. In this paper, the authors present a novel dynamic programming approach for skin surface detection that extracts …Read More »
  • 9 July 2019: INNODERM presence at the International Conference on Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena (ICPPP) 2019

    9 July 2019: INNODERM presence at the International Conference on Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena (ICPPP) 2019

    During the International Conference on Photoacoustics and Photothermal Phenomena (ICPPP) 2019 there was a strong INNODERM presence. Alex Oraevsky (below) from Houston, a pioneer of optoacoustic imaging, first highlighted work by INNODERM Coordinator, Vasilis Ntziachristos and his team, during his opening plenary today. Later in the day, during his own plenary talk, …Read More »
  • 26 June 2019: Bilder aus Licht und Schall

    26 June 2019: Bilder aus Licht und Schall

    INNODERM Coordinator Vasilis Ntziachristos (pictured) and scientists Angelos Karlas and Miguel Pleitez participated in a podcast with German National Radio station, Deutschlandfunk, to discuss optoacoustic tomography as an imaging modality as an alternative to ultrasound, CT and MRI scans. The podcast (in German only) can be found here: Tolle Idee …Read More »
  • 24 June 2019: INNODERM presentation at the European Conference on Biomedical Optics (ECBO) 2019

    24 June 2019: INNODERM presentation at the European Conference on Biomedical Optics (ECBO) 2019

    Dr. Juan Aguirre, TUM lead scientist of the INNODERM project, gave a talk on the clinical applications in the monitoring of psoriasis treatment with RSOM. Results presented included clinical testing of 19 patients. In addition to Dr. Aguirre’s talk, several other members of the INNODERM Coordinator’s research group gave presentations …Read More »
  • 24 May 2019: Angela Merkel and Markus Söder visit the TUM to learn about new technologies including optoacoustic imaging

    24 May 2019: Angela Merkel and Markus Söder visit the TUM to learn about new technologies including optoacoustic imaging

    Today the German Chancellor, Dr. Angela Merkel, and Bavarian Prime Minister, Dr. Markus Söder, visited the Technical University of Munich’s School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence to learn about new and innovative technologies that are being developed. INNODERM Coordinator, Prof. Vasilis Ntziachristos, had the opportunity to showcase optoacoustic imaging during …Read More »
  • 22 May 2019: INNODERM prototype RSOM delivered to clinical partner Humanitas University

    22 May 2019: INNODERM prototype RSOM delivered to clinical partner Humanitas University

    The INNODERM Raster-Scanning Optoacoustic Mesoscopy (RSOM) prototype developed by consortium partners Technical University of Munich, iThera Medical GmbH, Sonaxis SA, and Rayfos Ltd has been packed up (very carefully!) and is now on its way to partner, Humanitas University‘s clinic in Milan. Once there, the Humanitas University team will use the RSOM to perform clinical …Read More »
  • 13 May 2019: Newest INNODERM publication in the Journal of Functional Biomaterials

    13 May 2019: Newest INNODERM publication in the Journal of Functional Biomaterials

    The latest INNODERM publication is out in the Journal of Functional Biomaterials. In this paper, the authors characterize the preparation of hypoxia preconditioned serum (HPS), and assess the utility of HPS-fibrin hydrogels as vehicles for controlled factor delivery. In this study, RSOM was used to assess the distortion effect caused …Read More »
  • 17 April 2019: Newest INNODERM publication in Nature Biomedical Imaging

    17 April 2019: Newest INNODERM publication in Nature Biomedical Imaging

    The newest INNODERM publication is in Nature Biomedical Engineering. In this paper, the authors review the current state of optoacoustic mesoscopy in biomedicine and potential applications for the future. Omar, M., Aguirre, J. & Ntziachristos, V. Optoacoustic mesoscopy for biomedicine. Nat Biomed Eng 3, 354–370 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41551-019-0377-4Read More »
  • 25 March 2019: New rollup arrived!

    25 March 2019: New rollup arrived!

    Our new INNODERM rollup displays arrived just in time for the European Molecular Imaging Conference 2019! The rollup features the prototype RSOM developed during the project, as well as images and scientific and clinical results, acknowledment to the EU and logos of the project, consortium partners and EU. Read More »
  • 19 March 2019: European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2019

    19 March 2019: European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2019

    Today, INNODERM lead scientist at TUM, Dr. Juan Aguirre, gave a spotlight symposium on Optoacoustic Imaging at the European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2019 (EMIM). The talk, titled “Optoacoustic mesoscopy: from basic concepts to clinical prospects” discussed developments that have been made during INNODERM so far. The symposium was chaired by …Read More »
  • 20 February 2019: Podcast with INNODERM Coordinator Vasilis Ntziachristos

    20 February 2019: Podcast with INNODERM Coordinator Vasilis Ntziachristos

    In February, Brady Huggett from NatureBiotech sat down with INNODERM Coordinator, and scientific director of the Helmholtz Zentrum Munich’s Pioneer Campus,Vasilis Ntziachristos, to discuss scientific innovation and developments across the many projects of the institute. Listen to the podcast here: http://pioneercampus.de/#c185789Read More »
  • 24 January 2019: IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging publication

    24 January 2019: IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging publication

    On January 24, INNODERM paper number nine was published, this time in the journal IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging. The paper, by Aguirre et al. titled “Motion quantification and automated correction in clinical RSOM” describes the identification of the magnitude of micrometric vertical skin displacements at different sites on the …Read More »
  • 5 January 2019: Berezhnoi et al. 2018 recognized by Wiley Publishing

    5 January 2019: Berezhnoi et al. 2018 recognized by Wiley Publishing

    Wiley Publishing has recognized the INNODERM publication “Assessing hyperthermia-induced vasodilation in human skin in vivo using optoacoustic mesoscopy” as one of the top 20 read articles in the Journal of Biophotonics in 2018. In this paper, the authors (Andrei Berezhnoi, Mathias Schwarz, Andreas Buehler, Saak V. Ovsepian, Juan Aguirre, and Vasilis …Read More »
  • 12 December 2018: INNODERM launches Twitter account

    12 December 2018: INNODERM launches Twitter account

    INNODERM is moving into the communication future: we’re on Twitter! Today, our Twitter account @INNODERM2020 was launched with the purpose of giving up-to-date news on INNODERM accomplishments and happenings. Follow us to keep you finger on the pulse of optoacoustic imaging developments!Read More »
  • 13 November 2018: New Review Paper in JEADV

    13 November 2018: New Review Paper in JEADV

    Our next INNODERM paper is out! The paper, by Hindelang et al., reviews the state-of-knowledge in non-invasive imaging for dermatological applications and the potential for RSOM for imaging skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and scleroderma.  Hindelang, B., Aguirre, J., Schwarz, M., Berezhnoi, A., Eyerich, K., Ntziachristos, V., Biedermann, T. …Read More »
  • 1 June 2018: INNODERM publication in Photoacoustics

    1 June 2018: INNODERM publication in Photoacoustics

    INNODERM Consortium Partner TUM has published an article in Photoacoustics. In the paper, the authors investigated whether ultra-wideband raster-scan optoacoustic mesoscopy (UWB-RSOM) coulc resolve small capillaries of the nailfold in healthy volunteers and compared the optoacoustic data to conventional capillaroscopy examinations. Nailfold capillaroscopy, based on bright-field microscopy, is widely used to diagnose systemic sclerosis …Read More »
  • 23 March 2018: INNODERM publication in the Journal of Biophotonics

    23 March 2018: INNODERM publication in the Journal of Biophotonics

    INNODERM has published its next results in the Journal of Biophotonics. In this paper, the authors from consortium partner TUM present results from a study to explore the unique imaging abilities of optoacoustic mesoscopy to visualize skin structures and microvasculature with the view of establishing a robust approach for monitoring …Read More »
  • 4 September 2017: INNODERM publication in Nature Scientific Reports

    4 September 2017: INNODERM publication in Nature Scientific Reports

    The next INNODERM publication is out in Nature Scientific Reports. In this paper, the authors from consortium partner TUM, describe the development of a motion correction algorithm for the RSOM, where motion effects may deteriorate performance and reduce the effective resolution. The performance of the correction algorithm and its implications in …Read More »
  • 6-7 June 2017: Second INNODERM Consortium Meeting

    6-7 June 2017: Second INNODERM Consortium Meeting

    The second Consortium Meeting of the INNODERM project took place in Milan, Italy and was hosted by consortium partner Humanitas University. During the meeting, partners presented their most recent updates and progress with the project and discussed the next steps for pushing our goals ahead. A lot of fruitful discussion …Read More »
  • 10 May 2017: Nature Biomedical Engineering publication

    10 May 2017: Nature Biomedical Engineering publication

    Check out our newest publication from lead author Juan Aguirre at the Technical University of Munich. The paper, available in Nature Biomedical Engineering is titled ‘Precision assessment of label-free psoriasis biomarkers with ultra-broadband optoacoustic mesoscopy.’ In this paper, the authors demonstrate that raster-scan optoacoustic mesoscopy (RSOM) implemented in ultra-broadband detection …Read More »
  • 1 March 2017: INNODERM publication in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging

    1 March 2017: INNODERM publication in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging

    Our second INNODERM publication is out, this time from Consortium partner TUM. In this paper, published in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, the authors describe the use of optoacoustic dermoscopy (optoacoustic mesoscopy for dermatology) on fast and deep skin imaging in vivo.  Schwarz, M., Soliman, D., Omar, M., Buehler, A., …Read More »
  • 16 February 2017: First INNODERM publication!

    16 February 2017: First INNODERM publication!

    The first INNODERM peer-reviewed publication is out in the British Journal of Dermatology from partner Humanitas University. In the publication, the authors present a multi-center, large cohort study in which they investigate the role of HLA-C*06 as a pharmacogenetic marker of psoriasis in response to ustekinumab. The severity of psoriasis and …Read More »
  • 20-21 October 2016: INNODERM First Consortium Meeting

    20-21 October 2016: INNODERM First Consortium Meeting

    The INNODERM Consortium met for their first Consortium Meeting on October 20 and 21, 2016. This meeting, was hosted by consortium partner Sonaxis in Besacon, France and included presentations from each partner on the progress of the project from their perspective.  The project is very much on track, as was …Read More »
  • 3 March 2016: INNODERM Kickoff Meeting

    3 March 2016: INNODERM Kickoff Meeting

    The INNovative DERMatology healthcare based on label-free spectral optoacoustic mesoscopy (INNODERM) Consortium met for the first time in Munich, Germany during its Kickoff Meeting. The meeting, which was hosted by the Coordinator at the Technical University of Munich, included members from each Consortium Partner including  iThera Medical GmbH, Sonaxis SA, Rayfos Ltd, Humanitas …Read More »