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Building the Future of Michigan Medicine I Process of Creating a New Building


Building the Future of Michigan Medicine I The Process of Creating a New Building

It has taken a lot of collaboration across many departments to create Michigan Medicine's newly planned 12-story adult inpatient hospital. Michigan Medicine brought together many people from across the medical campus and the university to participate in the extensive team planning process for the new hospital. Nurses, physicians, administrative leaders, faculty and staff as well as patients and families have been involved as the hospital was designed to ensure the new facility will meet many different needs.

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A New Home for the Leaders and the Best

Michigan Medicine leaders discuss the upcoming construction of a new 12-story adult inpatient hospital that will increase patient access and transform medical and surgical care at the academic medical center of the University of Michigan. The new 690,000 gross-square-foot hospital will provide more access to care for adult patients at Michigan Medicine.

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Ford Building Detroit Design Concept

NBS created this promotional video for ICONIC Real Estate in order to help them lease office space at the Ford Building in downtown Detroit. Experience where this sought after building is located and all of the nearby amenitiies. NBS designed a proposed flythrough of the 18th floor, featuring the latest workplace trends. The open work environment includes collaborative spaces, lounge areas and glass enclosures when privacy is needed. NBS can help with your new or current workspace, providing interior construction, architectural products, floorcovering, furniture, technology and commercial cleaning.

The Doctor’s Office of the Future

Through a high-tech pop-up called Lab100, Joel Dudley, PhD, and his team are building the hospital of the future. Working with a team in Silicon Valley and using the tools of data scientists and engineers, Dr. Dudley is revolutionizing patient care. By combining artificial intelligence, robotics, genomic sequencing, sensors, and wearable devices, he’s creating a completely individualized patient experience and using all of this data to reinvent the doctor’s office visit.

University of Michigan Medical School

The Diabetic Complications research group at the University of Michigan has created an organic, integrated and novel approach to the study of so-called “microvascular” complications of diabetes, the complications that primarily lead to the excess morbidity and mortality of diabetes.

For the past decade, this team has built its investigations upon direct evidence from humans with these complications, using novel “systems biology” and bioinformatics tools to identify the critical molecular abnormalities for each complication: nephropathy, neuropathy and retinopathy. This ability to identify major new players in the complex progression of these diseases has allowed the group to confirm their importance in disease models and to test the ability of novel treatments to reverse or prevent these devastating complications.

The complementary expertise and highly interactive style of the researchers, has allowed the University of Michigan Medical School to move from bedside to bench and back to bedside with new diagnostic and therapeutic tools that will help all patients with diabetes better understand their individual risks and how to treat and prevent diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy and nephropathy.

University of Michigan Medical School Residency Prep Courses

At the University of Michigan Medical School, the last few months of training are dedicated in part to the transition to residency through our Residency Prep Courses. Students spend four to eight weeks, depending on the specialty, running through mock codes, simulated paging exercises and targeted didactics to refresh and build practical skills in a simulated clinical environment. Several of our alumni who are now residents talk about how these RPCs helped them get the best start in their new careers.

Cannabis Use in Teens: Risks, Patterns and Potential Therapeutic Effects

Cannabis use in teens is a topic of increasing interest within the medical field and the public at large. In 2019, at the Partners in Pediatric Care (PIPC) conference, Dr. Bernard J. Bierman, M.D., delivered findings on marijuana use in young adults.

In this presentation, Cannabis Use in Teens, Dr. Bierman outlines risk factors, substance use patterns, potential therapeutic effects and more.


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Nursing and Health Education Building Renovation

In Fall 2017 SMC will break ground on a $9.6 million renovation of its nursing and health services facilities. The renovation will expand the current nursing and health facilities to over 29,000 square feet, more than doubling its current size and creating much needed space for new classrooms and upgraded technology.

Injectable bone graft speeds up recovery

By harvesting STEM cells from bone marrow or fat, University of Michigan researchers are developing an injectable bone-grafting technique that doesn’t require invasive methods and regenerates bone quicker than current options.

This project is led by Jan Stegemann, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Chair for the Master’s Program.

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“Injectable osteogenic microtissues containing mesenchymal stromal cells conformally fill and repair critical-size defects,” Biomaterials (2019).

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Med Student Memo: What Advice Would You Give to Med School Applicants?

Meet Jacob, Raina and Arrice. Three Michigan Med students who offer their take on the medical school application process. See what they have to say to premed hopefuls in this Med Student Memo.

Open-source bionic leg aims to rapidly advance prosthetics

A new open-source, artificially intelligent prosthetic leg designed by University of Michigan engineering and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab researchers could change the future of prosthetics, reports Quartz: has been created to offer a united platform to combine and accelerate research efforts across the bionics field.

Researchers who work directly with people with disabilities often have to build their own robotic leg system. Instead of starting from scratch, these researchers can take this common platform and, after some assembly, begin working on better solutions to help people with mobility impairments. This common platform enables direct comparisons of new algorithms used to control the bionic leg, which researchers can then iterate and build upon.

While many open source prosthetics projects exist for the upper body, this is the first platform for the lower extremities. Research in lower limb bionics has traditionally lagged that of the upper limb prosthetics, primarily due to the high risk to maintain balance and support a patient’s entire body.

This research included Elliott Rouse, core faculty at U-M's Robotics Institute and professor of mechanical engineering:

Details on where to order the parts, how to put them together, and how to program the leg are now available at .

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Computers that mimic the brain

U-M researchers are developing a new type of electronic switch that mimics the behavior of a biological neuron in the human brain, which is able to perform complex tasks much more efficiently than regular computers. Like brains, these computers would be able to reach beyond their local neighborhood to establish connections, and grow stronger connections the more they are used. Rather than being based on a separation of memory and CPU as traditional computers, this new computing architecture would allow computations to happen all over the design. These artificial synapses would be created through memristors built through nanotechnology that can be used to connect a large number of processes, thereby creating a type of computer that can learn without being programmed.

ABOUT THE PROFESSOR: Wei Lu ( is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science ( at the University of Michigan College of Engineering ( His research interests include nanoelectronics, memory (RRAM) and logic circuits based on two-terminal resistive switches (memristors), nanowires and novel transistor devices, electrical transport in low-dimensional systems, nanoelectromechanical systems (

The Future of Michigan Radiological Emergency Response

Nuclear disasters can have long term impacts to the environment and public safety. To protect the public from harmful radiation exposures, field teams are deployed to collect important data for analysis.

Through realistic data simulations and streamlined processes, this data can now be collected faster and safer than ever. This video introduces the new technologies that the State of Michigan Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) Unit uses to enhance its training program and improve public health and safety.

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CMSRU: A Commitment to Service

Caring for the under-served is a core component of the CMSRU mission, which is why service learning through community engagement and mandatory time spent working in the student-run, faculty-supervised medical clinic are essential components of the school’s curriculum. From the community garden to youth soccer to feeding the homeless and tutoring at-risk teens, service helps CMSRU’s future physicians build a base of knowledge that will enable them to understand and address the range of socioeconomic issues affecting the health and wellness of future patients, especially society’s most vulnerable citizens. And the Cooper Rowan Clinic helps medical students develop not only their basic clinical skills, but also the humanistic and professional qualities necessary to be caring, competent physicians.

Building a Statewide PCMH Program Design, Evaluation Methods, and Results

Overview of Blue Cross Blue Shield Michigan's statewide patient-centered medical home program, including the history of the program, its PCMH-designation scoring process, evaluation methods, and latest results. Working with over 2,500 primary care practices, BCBSM's medical home initiative results were recently published in Health Services Journal and identified $155 million in savings and $26.37 lower per member per month costs over three years.

This is Michigan | Revealing the Excellence Within Us

Every day, the University of Michigan is transforming lives. It’s not just on our campuses.

From bringing innovative lab experiments to a high school in Benzie County to making medical school a reality for Detroit students and helping babies with Down syndrome walk earlier, we’re working to improve the quality of life — for all of us — in Michigan and around the world.

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A Bald Man Gets A Hair Transplant

Kane from BuzzFeed try a hair restoration technique - fue hair transplant surgery. He will challenge and reveal secret ways men feel insecure about being bald.

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Artificial Gravity

Artificial gravity is a concept that is ubiquitous in our science fiction yet elusive in our space program. Why is this? And how could we develop artificial gravity soon? In a Cool Worlds special, this video essay goes in depth on the topic discussing why centrifuges are the most plausible solution and early ideas on the topic. Join us a journey from Einstein's equivalence principle, to O'Neill Cylinders and Stanford Tori; from Coriolis forces to near-term experiments. Grab a cup of a tea and enjoy.

0:08 Introduction
5:43 The O’Neill Cylinder
8:10 The Stanford Torus
10:16 Down-Sizing
13:31 Coriolis
16:52 Vertical Coriolis
19:32 Tipping Coriolis
21:34 Canal Sickness
27:01 Stability
29:28 Near-Tear Experiments

Academic articles used:
► Nesti et al. (2014), Human sensitivity to vertical motion, Exp Brain Res., 232, 303:
► Harris et al. (2014), How Much Gravity Is Needed to Establish the Perceptual Upright?, PLoS One, 9, e106207: (0.15g)
► Cohen et al. (2000), Effects of Prolonged Centrifugation on Orthostasis, Aerospace Medical Association 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting 2001:
► Graybiel et al. (1960), Observations on Human Subjects Living in a 'Slow Rotation Room' for Periods of Two Days, Arch Neurol., 3, 55:
► Theodore Hall (1993), The Architecture of Artificial Gravity: Archetypes and Transformations of Terrestrial Design, PhD Thesis, University of Michigan:
► Theodore Hall (2002), Architectural Considerations for a Minimum Mass, Minimum Energy, Artificial Gravity Environment, SAE Technical paper Series,
► Online lecture by Theodore Hall in 2015 at SEEDS:
► Holderman & Henderson (2011):
► Kirk Sorensen (2005), A Tether-Based Variable-Gravity Research Facility Concept:

Video materials used:
► Numerous NASA videos, in particular of ISS, the Dawn Mission, as well Stanford Torus video:
► Nautilus X videos from f r a g o m a t i k: and
► High G blackout videos from VIDSTORM:
► Inner ear video from Fauquier ENT:
► World Record 83 G Deceleration Peak on Rocket Sled 1958-05-16 (1967) USAF:
► SpaceX Falcon Heavy test flight:
► ORBIT - A Journey Around Earth in Real Time by Seán Doran:
► MIT Coriolis demonstration:
► MPI CyberMotion Simulator:
► Not a video but thanks to Don Davis for his amazing images used
► Rotating simulators by Tom Lechner and William Hoza: and

Filmclips, in order of appearance;
► Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-1967, Paramount)
► Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005, Paramount)
► Interstellar (2014, Warner Bros)
► 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, Warner Bros)
► The Martian (2015, 20th Century Fox)
► Avatar (2009, 20th Century Fox)
► Elysium (2013, Sony Pictures)

Music is by Chris Zabriskie ( and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( in order of appearance;
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Whatever obstacle you run into, be bigger than it! You will face many obstacles
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