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Academic Site Visit Report
Excerpt from “BrainWorks”, Nov. 2006, vol. 2, issue 3, referring to a summary of an academic institutional site visit:
“HBI Expert Advisory Committee Impressed During Visit
The Hotchkiss Brain Institute Expert Advisory Committee (EAC) visit on November 2 went very smoothly. The day started with an overview of the Institute followed by each of the programs presenting a concise and interesting presentation of current research activities and future plans. We are currently awaiting the formal report from the EAC. However, it is fair to say that the committee was impressed with the current state of the Institute and are excited about its prospects.
A science writer, Sheila Hotta-Mitchell, was in attendance throughout the meeting She has been very effective in generating the first draft of a report that the advisors are now working to finalize. The visit was very well organized and coordinated and the EAC has asked Wee to express their deepest gratitude to Yvonne, Dan and Sheila for making their visit easy, comfortable and enjoyable. We share the EAC’s sentiments and thank these individuals profusely.
We extend our thanks to the Program Leaders and each one of you who were involved with the site visit and the program presentations. Finally, we thank all of you for supporting the Institute.
V. Wee Yong and Sam Weiss”