Vol. 6 No. 3 | Fall 2013
Ken Paigen has had a formidable career in genetics research, and he shows no signs of slowing down.
A new normal
Charles Lee has great things in mind for JAX Genomic Medicine, including work that benefits medicine and society as a whole.
They come to JAX with their Ph.D.s in hand, still training to run their own labs while contributing a huge amount to the research effort.
Vol. 6 No. 2 | Summer 2013
A dynamic education
JAX has outstanding education programs, and they’re being scaled up to benefit students far and wide.
Hope is here
New National Council President Kathleen Reed seeks to spread awareness of JAX’s vital work.
C is for Cookie
Long-time and beloved JAX employee Cookie Willems’ legacy is helping to build philanthropy and community at the Lab.
Thinking about thinking
Associate Professor Rob Burgess goes back to basics to understand the complexities of our brains.
Vol. 6 No. 1 | Spring 2013
Maine man of the world
Chuck Hewett's wide-ranging experience and travels come to bear in his work at JAX.
Not an island
Yu-Hui Rogers' path has taken her from rural Taiwan to playing a significant role in genome science.
Elissa Chesler seeks to define the genetics underlying behavior with unprecedented precision.
The Right Brain Café provides a creative outlet with benefits that extend into the workplace.
Vol. 5 No. 3 | Fall 2012
Assembling the pieces
Our genomes are like huge, complex puzzles with most of the pieces missing. Yijun Ruan is working hard to find the pieces and assemble the puzzle.
Jack Szostak's curiosity has propelled an eclectic and highly successful research career.
Business, science, work
Business acumen and a drive to discover provide the foundation for Colin Foster's success.
The Laboratory's research program into the earliest stages of life has a proud history and a bright future.
Vol. 5 No. 2 | Summer 2012
The glaucoma project
Simon John leads a smooth-running team effort to investigate glaucoma's causes and find targets for therapy.
Spirit of discovery
Brad LaRoche's teacher sabbatical at the Laboratory left him with more questions than answers—and that's a good thing for his students.
A life of contributions
Doug Coleman's contributions to the Laboratory and research as a whole are substantial and ongoing.