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New Building at University of Michigan Health System Expands Eye Care, Unites Diabetes Researchers
Date:2/26/2010

line of the medical campus. It is adjacent to the existing Kellogg Eye Center research tower on Wall Street in Ann Arbor built in 1985.

The new building houses seven eye care clinics with new suites for refractive surgery and cosmetic surgery. On the upper floors, the Brehm Center for Diabetes Research, and laboratories for vision scientists, will foster discoveries in both ophthalmology and diabetes.

"Eye disease and diabetes both pose growing challenges to our nation's health, and Kellogg and Brehm scientists will help us continue to lead the way in both fields," says Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, M.D., executive vice president for medical affairs and chief executive officer of UMHS.

The architect, TSA of Massachusetts, created a building that is modern in design but incorporates features to create a warm and welcoming environment. Large windows and a full wall of glass panels on the building's facade allow natural light to fill the clinics and common space, of particular benefit to patients whose vision is impaired.

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