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FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg wins professorship on Medical Data Science

In December 2019, the Free State of Bavaria has initiated a competition amongst the Bavarian universities to establish 50 new professorships focusing on various aspects of artificial intelligence research. On May 15th, 2020 the final decision was

Milestone accomplished: Go-ahead for Broad Consent

The Federal and State Data Protection Board has officially and unanimously accepted the version of the model text for broad consent and the associated documents provided by the NSG. This decision now enables medical research to obtain broad cnsen

Three MIRACUM sites joined the international 4CE consortium

In order to join forces and to leverage the value of their EHR data supporting the fight against the COVID-19 virus, an international consortium (4CE) of 96 hospitals across 5 countries (www.covidclinical.net) has been initiated by the i2b2/tranS

Job Offer: Head of Junior Research Group (f/m/d)

The professorship for Medical Informatics at the Technische Universität Dresden is establishing a new junior research group within the Medical Informatics Initiative. The main focus of the group will be the prospective and user-oriented design of

MIRACUM Online Symposium: Videos and Slides are now available!

One week has already passed since the MIRACUM Symposium took place. Not as planned in Freiburg, but virtually. Despite these circumstances, we can proudly say that it was a fantastic event. A big thank you to everyone that made this possible: the

Live Stream of the MIRACUM Online Symposium

We have currently more than 250 registrations for our MIRACUM Online Symposium and there are continuously new requests for participation. Therefore we have now managed (in addition to our Zoom web conference) to stream the Online Symposium also o

Job Offer: (Medical) computer scientist in personalized oncology (UKSH, Campus Lübeck)

As part of the MII, the UKSH Campus Lübeck is cooperating with MIRACUM in an interdisciplinary project on molecular tumor boards. The aim is to develop standardized methods, quality management and knowledge databases for molecular interpretation

Finally: Launch of the international terminology standard SNOMED-CT in Germany

With immediate effect, all participants of the medical informatics initiative and their cooperation partners can obtain a free SNOMED CT license. It represents an important step for medical research. Thanks to SNOMED CT, different terms in medical

MIRACUM Symposium on Friday 27th of March 2020 as Online Symposium

The MIRACUM Consortium has decided to hold its Annual Symposium as an Online Symposium in a shorter version than originally planned. We have organized two sessions with a lunch break in between. 27.03.2020 / 10.00 - 11.30 / Session 1: 

COVID19: MIRACUM Symposium in Freiburg is cancelled and will be substituted by a small online conference

Dear interested participants of the MIRACUM Symposium, In order to protect patients and employees, the Freiburg University Hospital board of directors has decided to cancel all public events at the Freiburg University Hospital until 5 April 2020.

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