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3Derm Systems

We take 3D pictures of skin at primary care to help detect skin cancer at the earlier more treatable stages.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Boston, MA, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2012
  • Employees 6
  • Website

Company Summary

3Derm is a cost-effective skin imaging system that allows any user to take clinical-quality 3D images of concerning skin lesions and upload them instantly for review by a dermatologist. Our system uses a handheld device optimized for skin imaging and a cloud based web platform to broaden access to dermatological care. 3Derm cuts down on wait times, decreases healthcare spending, and saves lives.


  • Liz Asai is a biomedical engineer from Yale University. In May 2011, she served as Principle Investigator for a preliminary clinical study conducted at the Yale School of Medicine titled, “Investigating the Usability of a Handheld 3D Dermatoscope”. She serves as a liaison between 3Derm and local dermatologists, and works closely with business mentors who advise 3Derm on all corporate and commercial matters. In 2013 she became the youngest PI of a

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    Elliot Swart

    Elliot Swart is a computer scientist and electrical engineer at Yale University. He has been programming since age 8. His research background includes two summers in a Stanford skin cancer lab, bone density imaging at Cornell, and machine learning research at Stanford’s STAIR lab. Most recently, he worked in a Johns Hopkins lab developing the software and hardware for smart prosthetics. Elliot is responsible for overseeing the technological devel