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MIRACUM Symposium 2021: Videos and Presentations are now available

Successful annual symposium in Mannheim with impressive results and exciting presentations.  After last year's online event, this year it was time for the first hybrid event format under the MIRACUM umbrella in Mannheim. With much pride, we can n

Comprehensive Update: A fresh breeze sweeps the MIRACOLIX toolbox

The Independent Trusted Third Party (TTP) of the University Medicine Greifswald has released significant updates of the TTP tools E-PIX, gPAS, and gICS, all of which being part of the MIRACOLIX toolbox. Besides numerous improvements and new featu

For better patient care: Cooperation between MIRACUM and the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure (de.NBI)

The German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure, de.NBI in short, is a project funded by the BMBF for six years to design and implement a platform for high-quality and sustainably usable bioinformatics software and services. The network offe

Research with practical impact!

This is the headline of this year's MIRACUM Journal and captures the core of the activities in the consortium quite well. Especially the past year has shown how important it is to bring research into practice. In the fourth issue we have therefore

Invitation to the MIRACUM Symposium 2021!

Dear members and friends of  MIRACUM, we would like to present to you the progress and perspectives of the MIRACUM consortium, but also interesting aspects from the medical informatics initiative (MII) and the “Netzwerk Universitätsmedizin”

Use Case 1 – What happened so far…

Use Case 1 "Alerting in Care - IT-supported recruitment platforms" aims to expand the MIRACUM DIC to include site-related study registers and other infrastructure components that enable the automated identification of potential study patients and

On to new (MII) shores…

The year 2021 brought big changes for two of our MIRACUM members, which we can look back on with both a smile and a tear. Prof. Martin Boeker and Dr. Jan Christoph have both left MIRACUM, but will still stay with the MII. Martin Boeker, former

Let us introduce: MIRACUM’s “Digitale FortschrittsHubs Gesundheit”

In the past few years, the medical informatics initiative has achieved important pioneering results on the digitization of healthcare. Successes to date have yet been limited to university medicine environments and university medicine data sharin

ABIDE_MI: Closing the gap between data integration centers and biobanks

In May, the starting signal was given for the next major project within the Medical Informatics Initiative (MII), which aims to promote the integration of data across locations. To this end, 24 university medicine sites nationwide are participating

Collaborative COVID-19 research across multiple universities thanks to the MII infrastructure

A study in regards of the death rate of COVID-19 patients initiated by researchers at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and University Hospital Erlangen concluded that the COVID-19 mortality declined over the course of the pande

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