As reported By Barrett Brunsman Cincinnati Business Courier, Northern Kentucky University opened a $105 million Health Innovation Center as students began the fall semester, and Mr. Brunsman’s publication- the Business Courier–got a look at the massive complex in advance of its Oct. 17  The Kentucky General Assembly allocated money in 2014 to cover $97 million of the project’s cost, and St. Elizabeth Healthcare contributed another $8 million. Construction began in 2016 and was completed this summer in the effort to bring disciplines from across the university together under one roof.  “We envision this facility as being the nexus of talent, innovation and community development for population health care,” NKU president Ashish Vaidya said. “In addition, the HIC will advance an interdisciplinary approach to addressing health care challenges by housing several academic programs, the Neuroscience Research Lab and the new Kinesiology Studio used for advanced human performance analysis,” Vaidya said.

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