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Here are some interesting webinars we recommend on optoacoustics and its possible applications such as, but not only, in dermatology.

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Media

On November 11th 2020, ARD alpha broadcasted a short report on the work done at Munich Imaging, the research group surrounding Innoderm Coordiantor Prof. Dr. Vasilis Ntziachristos. This short and succinct piece of communication describes optoacoustics and also results achieved within INNODERM. The report is in German and online available until 11th November 2025. Watch it using the link below.

Watch here: Making the invisible visible

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In this radio show, broadcasted on 25.06.2019, INNODERM Coordinator Prof. Dr. Vasilis Ntziachristos and Angelos Karlas (MD) talk about ´images of light and sound’ – optoacoustics and its possible clinical applications.

The broadcast is in German and can be heard using the link below.

Listen to: images of light and sound.

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Webinars

In this webinar, held on November 11th 2020 and hosted by our partners iThera Medical, Dr. Juan Aguirre, PhD (lead scientist Innoderm2020), Group Leader at the Institute for Biological and Medical Imaging at the Helmholtz Zentrum Munich and at the Chair of Biological Imaging of the Technical University of Munich, outlines his work using RSOM for imaging of skin inflammatory conditions.

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The capacity to image morphological, vascular and biochemical changes in the skin could expand the understanding of pathophysiology and therapy response in a range of skin diseases including cancer and inflammation. In this webinar, Dr. Dinish U S, Group Leader, and Dr. Chris Ho, Business Development Manager, at the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC) present their work using Multispectral Optoacoustic Tomography (MSOT) and Raster-Scanning Optoacoustic Mesoscopy (RSOM).

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This webinar focuses on the use of RSOM to image tumor function and response following vascular-targeted therapy. The study presented has been published in 2020 in Nature Biomedical Engineering (see: https://www.nature.com/articles/s4155…).

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This video explains how the optoacoustic effect can be capitalized on for biomedical imaging in clinical and preclinical settings

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Watch Andrei present INNODERM and RSOM at the 5th Munich Science Slam!