DermaNest develops the business of International Personalized Cosmetics Solutions and Services for the US Markets.
Personalized Solutions include Predictive Diagnostics, Therapies and Companion Diagnostics, and DermaNest includes wound-care.
DermaNest's business model and highly experienced team empower early state companies to play in high growth market segments, at a fraction of the cost of alternative solutions.
A team of rising juniors at Yale beat out graduate and undergraduate students from around the country in a national competition to create novel technology for improved healthcare delivery.
Elizabeth Asai, Nick Demas and Elliot Swart won the prize for their development of an early melanoma detection device called a "Stereoscopic Plug-and-Play Dermatoscope and Web Interface."
Their small, user-friendly, low-cost camera can be used by a doctor or patient to capture and upload 3D pictures to a web-based directory that dermatologists can access to remotely analyze and monitor the topography and volume changes of skin moles.