News and Updates

Dr. Ashfaq A. Marghoob Discusses VECTRA® WB360 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center with NBC News

NBC News featured Canfield Scientific's trailblazing VECTRA WB360 whole-body imaging system in action at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) on Long Island. This innovative system employs both cross-polarized and non-polarized lighting to generate incredibly detailed 3D images of the entire body in a single capture. Powered by Canfield's state-of-the-art DermaGraphix® software, these images are pivotal in the surveillance of pigmented lesions and rashes.

Skin Cancer Awareness Month – Proactiveness and Prevention

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, a dedicated time to encourage proactive skin screening to facilitate early prevention and timely treatment of the most common cancer in the U.S1. Canfield Scientific’s VECTRA® WB360 whole-body imaging system has become synonymous with medical innovation in the field of dermatology for revolutionizing research and enhancing screening examinations globally.

Visit Canfield at The Aesthetic Meeting 2024!

Join us at The Aesthetic Meeting 2024 and experience the latest innovations from Canfield Scientific. From May 3rd to May 5th in vibrant Vancouver, BC, Canada, we'll be at booth #1219, ready to showcase our cutting-edge products and services designed to elevate your aesthetic practice.

Advancing Skin Screenings: Dr. Charles E. Mount III and Director Howard Edington, MD Discuss VECTRA® WB360 at AHN Cancer Institute with CBS News

The CBS News Eye on Health recently highlighted Canfield's groundbreaking VECTRA WB360 whole-body imaging system, now in use at Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Cancer Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. This innovative system, equipped with 46 stereo vision pods utilizing cross-polarized and non-polarized lighting, produces highly detailed 3D images of the entire body in a single scan. Powered by Canfield's advanced DermaGraphix® software, these images play a vital role in the surveillance of pigmented lesions and rashes.

Dr. Robyn Siperstein, MD, discusses Canfield’s revolutionary AI/AR technology and its role in consultations in MedEsthetics Magazine

Dr. Robyn Siperstein, MD, shares her experience with Canfield Scientific’s revolutionary Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented Reality (AR) technology with MedEsthetics Magazine. She states: “With more than 15 years of experience as a practitioner in this field, I've been thrilled to witness how these cutting-edge tools are empowering providers and revolutionizing the patient experience.” Dr. Siperstein and her staff at the Siperstein Dermatology Group in South Florida seamlessly integrate AI and AR technology in patient consultations. Dr. Siperstein explains how she leverages the 2D and 3D imaging analysis and simulations of Canfield’s VISIA® and VECTRA® 3D to create options for highly customized treatments, ensure superior outcomes, and actively engage patients in their care journey. AI is also utilized in their hair transplant consultations with HairMetrix®– the first AI-driven, non-invasive hair consultation software pioneered by Canfield Scientific. Its unclipped insights and immediate in-depth analysis enable swift, precise decisions, especially for urgent cases or patients reluctant to sacrifice thinning hair for analysis.

VISIA®’s 5th Consecutive Win as Favorite Diagnostic Tool in Dermascope’s Aestheticians’ Choice Awards!

Canfield Scientific’s cutting edge VISIA Skin Analysis system has once again been chosen by aestheticians, dermatologists, and other healthcare professionals as their Favorite Diagnostic Tool in the 2024 Aestheticians’ Choice Awards presented by Dermascope Magazine. Achieving this award for the fifth consecutive time reinforces its position as the most trusted and widely known skin analysis system worldwide.

Visit us at AAD's Annual Meeting!

Visit Canfield Scientific at AAD’s annual meeting, where we will be showcasing our latest products and services from March 8th – March 12th in San Diego, California. Visit booth #2039 to receive information and in-person demonstrations on our latest dermatology solutions:

Visit Us at IECSC NY!

Visit Us at IECSC NY!

Canfield Scientific will be showcasing our latest products and services at IECSC NY, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, from March 3rd to March 5th. Join our product-focused education workshop on Sunday, March 3rd at 3:30 p.m. in room #3D10-B and hear Sam Esposito, Canfield Product Management Director, explain how Canfield’s VISIA can help grow your business!

Canfield Scientific Is Celebrating National Innovation Day

Today is National Innovation Day, in which we celebrate the new advancements and ideas that contribute to the field of science and technology. Canfield Scientific is the global leader in imaging systems for research and healthcare applications. Our difference is science, and we take pride in creating leading technology assets, solving complex skin imaging issues, and redefining how researchers and healthcare professionals approach consultations.  In the past year we have enhanced existing products and introduced new advanced solutions for medical dermatology, plastic surgery, aesthetics, and clinic research industries including:

World Cancer Day 2024 with Canfield’s VECTRA® WB360

February 4th is World Cancer Day, which provides an opportunity to reinforce the pivotal role skin health plays in patients’ lives. Healthy skin is not just a cosmetic concern; it reflects overall health and wellness. Dermatological conditions, including skin cancer, require awareness, and a proactive approach to diagnosis and treatment. Regular skin examinations stand as a cornerstone in early detection, and early detection saves lives. Medical dermatology imaging has witnessed remarkable advancements over the years and Canfield Scientific’s VECTRA WB360 stands at the forefront of innovation. With VECTRA WB360, patients have their entire body scanned in seconds. The system captures patient images using 46 stereo vision pods with cross-polarized and non-polarized lighting, generating a single 3D image of the entire body. Canfield’s DermaGraphix® software uses these 3D images to identify new and changed lesions.