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Monday, July 9, 2012
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

ONE-HUNDRED-TWENTY TWO YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM

Weekly Summer Edition

Monday, July 9, 2012
BLACKOUT ON SATURDAY NIGHT
IHPI launches
research center

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Barracuda once-was Borders store will soon
be the new home of a technology
works to expand businessthathopesto growto 400
employees.
former Borders Last month, Barracuda Net-
works signed a lease for the
headquarters 45,000-square-foot former Bor-
ders headquarters office building
By STEVE ZOSKI located behind the former Borders
Daily News Editor bookstore at the corner of May-
nard and Liberty streets.
owntown Ann Arbor street Barracuda Networks - a Silicon
home to shops, restaurants, Valley-based company that offers
ing garage and the vacant information technology services

including content security, data
protection and network secu-
rity - will move its research and
development department from a
12,000-square-foot building on
Depot Street.
On June 27, the Michigan Stra-
tegic Fund Board of the Michigan
Economic Development Corpora-
tion approved $1.2 million for Bar-
racuda's move to the new building.
However, Ann Arbor must
decide whether to approve an
See IT COMPANY, Page 6

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w institute built and facilities for virtual collabo-
ration and a new state-of-the-art
North Campus headquarters, the IHPI's goal is
to reach out to even more public
join over 400 and private partners interested in
health care delivery.
researchers "U of M has a lot of strengths in
health care research, but it's been
y KAITLYN BYRNE spread out across the University,"
For the Daily Dr. Steven J. Bernstein, professor
of internal medicine and member
partnership of more than of the IHPI team, said.
researchers constituting Bernstein explained the
Jniversity's Institute for $13.7-million renovations
icare Policy and Innovation to the NCRC plan to create
North Campus Research an environment in which
ex's newly renovated researchers are , physically
guarantees their close together in a workplace
ement in what the next step conducive to improving problems
alth care. related to health care, health
IHPI works to compile and insurance and health policy from
e large amounts of data a multiplicity of academic sector
iospitals, government orga- perspectives.
ons, insurance companies "It is designedcto really increase
ther sources to study how the ability for the University of
vely new technologies and Michigan to conduct research
ents work. and to increase the ability to
one of 32 organizations in make policy decisions," Bernstein
tion to work with Medicare said.
Pioneer Accountable Care Dr. Kim Eagle - the Albion
izations Model, the IHPI Walter Hewlett Professor
lready grown outside its of internal medicine at the
al division since its found- University's Medical School
2011. and director of the University's
ering computing support See RESEARCH CENTER, Page 3

INDEX
Vol CXXI, No. 147 © 2012 The Michigan Daily
NEWS ......................... 2
OPINION ..............4
CLASSIFIEDS..................6
CROSSWORD ................6
ARTS ...................7
SPORTS ............ ..........10

NEWS OPNO PSSPORS
A2 budget Songs of syllabi Trashy techno Hunwick in Europe
reexamined Michael Smallegan dis- Marina and the Diamonds' Former Michigan goaltender
Budget affects 'U,' its rela- cusses the pros and cons of Electra. Heart beats out a to play in Austria for EC Red
tionship with the city. sticking to the syllabus. tired rhythm. Bull Salzburg.
>> SEE PAGE 2 SEEPAGE 5> SEE PAGE 8 >> SEE PAGE10

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