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Tuesday, May 31, 2011
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From Page 1
Ora Pescovitz, the Univer-
sity's executive vice president
for medical affairs, said at the
meeting that the Institute and
the renovations to the NCRC are
groundbreaking steps for the
"By doing this renovation, it
will enable us to gather, in one
geographic location, the largest
co-location of health services
researchers anywhere in the
country," Pescovitz said. "So
this is a wonderful opportunity."
Mary Masson, University of
Michigan Health Systemspokes-
woman, wrote in an e-mail inter-
view that it is unclear if new jobs
will be created as a result of the
establishment of the new insti-
tute, though current University
employees could potentially join
what will be one of the largest
cohabitations of health service
According to a May 19 press
release, the Institute's mission
is "to enhance the health and
well-being of local, national
and global populations through
innovative, interdisciplinary
health services research." Mas-
son wrote the renovations to the
NCRC will serve the goals of
the Institute by updating infra-
structural and systematic inad-
equacies in the currently vacant
David Canter, executive
director of the NCRC, said
the Institute will facilitate
increased partnership between
several health programs already
housed in the NCRC.
"We're viewing this new
institute as an opportunity to
bring multiple groups together,"
Canter said.
Canter said Building 16 has
been vacant for two years and
is currently compartmental-
ized into multiple office spaces
that don't provide for much col-
laborative space, adding that
infrastructural upgrades will be
essential to fulfilling the Insti-
tute's mission.
"We want a lot of open areas
where people can meet and talk
and generally advance the idea
that we have at NCRC to be a
collaborative environment," 6
Canter said.
James Woolliscroft, dean of
the Medical School, will super-
vise the newly appointed direc-
tor and a search will begin this
spring to fill the position.

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