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DNA Day Gone to the Dogs at Nicklaus Children’s
Pet therapy dogs at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital helped teach children about genetic diversity during the hospital’s DNA Day Gone to the Dogs event on April 25. A Havanese and a Burmese Mountain dog were among the four-legged educators. The hospital’s Personalized Medicine Initiative (PMI) team sponsored the activity to support learning in a fun way.
Nicklaus Children's Hospital Selects Dicom Systems, WinguMD for Enterprise Mobile Clinical Collaboration Platform
In order to better integrate clinical communications over mobile, Nicklaus Children's sought to implement a secure, centralized platform to capture and share clinical photos inside their EHR. WinguMD provided sharing and indexing of serial clinical photos across care teams as well as comparison with pathology, wound care and other imaging. Unifier by Dicom Systems served as the integration engine for workflow and interoperability.

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Sistema de NEPH desarrollado en FIU le devuelve la sensibilidad al primer sujeto humano
El sistema de mano prostética con capacidad neuronal (NEPH, por sus siglas en inglés), desarrollado en Florida International University (Universidad Nacional de Florida) por Ranu Jung y su equipo del Laboratorio de Sistemas Neuronales Adaptativos, devuelve el sentido del tacto/fuerza de agarre y apertura de mano al estimular las fibras nerviosas sensoriales en el resto de la extremidad gracias a finos cables implantados dentro de los nervios. La implantación del dispositivo fue realizada por el Dr. Aaron Berger y su equipo de Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Berger es cirujano de mano y nervios periféricos que ocupa un cargo en el Departamento de Ingeniería Biomédica de la Universidad Nacional de Florida (FIU). 

​Personalized Medicine Initiatives Offer Hope to Acutely Ill Children at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, in collaboration with Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine and Sanford Health, has launched two genomic medicine research protocols to more effectively diagnose and treat children with unexplained illnesses.