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21 infused with new UM stem cell

21 infused with new UM stem cell

A partnership between University of Miami researchers and a Georgia-based biomedical company this month made a new type of stem cell commercially available for bone regeneration and healing. The marrow-isolated adult multi-lineage inducible cell, known…

Individual health insurance rates to rise 13.2%

Florida residents will be paying an average increase of 13.2% for individual health care insurance in 2015, according to preliminary numbers from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. No data has been released yet on…

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County teaming with IBM to unsnarl traffic

County teaming with IBM to unsnarl traffic

Miami-Dade is in talks with technology behemoth IBM about upgrading its traffic flow, Mayor Carlos Gimenez said. The county and IBM are looking at “creating…

21 infused with new UM stem cell

21 infused with new UM stem cell

A partnership between University of Miami researchers and a Georgia-based biomedical company this month made a new type of stem cell commercially available for bone…

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

The addition of eight healthcare providers – primary care physicians – has opened up about 35,200 patient slots for Jackson Health System. “We’ve done a…

Miami yearns for streetcar’s return

Streetcars for downtown Miami are again gaining traction with commissioners. Marc Sarnoff resurrected the idea at the Sept. 11 commission meeting and won support from…

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Opinion

UM’s trustees must lead so that a new president does too

UM’s trustees must lead so that a new president does too

University of Miami trustees have a golden opportunity as they replace their retiring president to sharpen the vision of the university’s mission and future and select the person most likely to get them there. Just picking a great leader won’t suffice. A university president can lead in many directions. Trustees should state where they want the university to go so that they can choose the person most likely to achieve the mission. That means that when the trustees hire a search firm…

Profile

Profile: Ramiro Ortiz

Profile: Ramiro Ortiz

Ramiro Ortiz makes his third appearance as a Miami Today Achiever, which may seem excessive until you consider the many roles in this community he has played. From SunTrust Bank to the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and now on to revamping HistoryMiami along with museum director Stuart Chase, Mr. Ortiz knows more about Greater Miami than almost anyone. HistoryMiami, rebranded from the Historical Museum of Southern Florida in 2010, is just the latest incarnation of an institution founded in the…

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Real Estate

Real estate bubble worries deflated

Real estate bubble worries deflated

Industry experts agree that with markets moving as rapidly as they are in South Florida, it’s only natural for people to ask if we’re in the midst of a land price bubble. The market is…

Government

Convention center upgrade rolling

Convention center upgrade rolling

Miami Beach Convention Center renovation is on schedule. Proposals for an owner’s representative have been submitted and the process is continuing for a design builder. Maria Hernandez, special assistant to the city manager, presented an…

Business & Finance

Individual health insurance rates to rise 13.2%

Florida residents will be paying an average increase of 13.2% for individual health care insurance in 2015, according to preliminary numbers from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. No data has been released yet on…

Communities

Miami yearns for streetcar’s return

Streetcars for downtown Miami are again gaining traction with commissioners. Marc Sarnoff resurrected the idea at the Sept. 11 commission meeting and won support from Francis Suarez, who vowed to lobby for streetcars in the…

Arts & Culture

Miami movie studio complex delayed

Miami movie studio complex delayed

Groundbreaking for the Miami Entertainment Complex (MEC), set for mid-August, has been delayed until mid-October, with little official explanation. “The MEC is such an important project for the Omni district, the City of Miami and…

Education

21 infused with new UM stem cell

21 infused with new UM stem cell

A partnership between University of Miami researchers and a Georgia-based biomedical company this month made a new type of stem cell commercially available for bone regeneration and healing. The marrow-isolated adult multi-lineage inducible cell, known…

Healthcare

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

The addition of eight healthcare providers – primary care physicians – has opened up about 35,200 patient slots for Jackson Health System. “We’ve done a lot of expansion in the primary care area in the…

Transportation

County teaming with IBM to unsnarl traffic

County teaming with IBM to unsnarl traffic

Miami-Dade is in talks with technology behemoth IBM about upgrading its traffic flow, Mayor Carlos Gimenez said. The county and IBM are looking at “creating a truly smart light system, where not only is it…

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