The aim of the INNODERM Project is to develop a novel optoacoustic device for earlier non-invasive skin cancer diagnosis. INNODERM will design and prototype a handheld, portable, scalable, label-free device using raster-scan optoacoustic mesoscopy (RSOM) for point-of care dermatology applications.

INNODERM brings together key photonic & ultrasound technologies and will validate the technical and economic viability of RSOM in dermatology suites for fast diagnosis and skin disease monitoring. RSOM can go beyond the abilities of current optical or optoacoustic devices and offers a paradigm shift in dermatology imaging, substantiating successful business cases.

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