Mark Schlissel

University of Michigan President

“The North Campus Research Complex is a major asset to the University of Michigan. It provides space for novel trans-disciplinary programs that enhance the University’s strengths in education and research, and gives us the capacity for greater public impact. The impressive work being done at the NCRC by our faculty, students, and staff helps position us for perpetual excellence as we are about to enter our third century as a preeminent public research university.”

James Woolliscroft

Lyle C. Roll Professor of Medicine and Dean of the Medical School

“Creativity and risk-taking are necessary to push back the boundaries of our understanding and reach new levels of achievement.  The faculty at the NCRC are creative risk-takers.  One example, the Translational Oncology Program, brings together faculty from the College of Engineering, School of Public Health, College of Pharmacy and Medical School to tackle translating basic research discoveries into clinical advancements to improve the outcomes for cancer patients. This epitomizes the collaborative research efforts at the heart of the NCRC campus.”

1/25/13 Studio head shot portrait of Martha Pollack.

Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

“The public health benefits that NCRC’s inspired, intersectional research offers are needed now more than ever. The Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation is transforming healthcare by bringing together leaders in policy and delivery, health services research, business, and philanthropy on their newly-inaugurated National Advisory Board. IHPI’s bridge between academic research and real-world solutions is a terrific example of the power of NCRC’s culture of collaboration for implementation.”