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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.

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Vol. 5 No. 1 | Spring 2012

Leading up
New President and CEO Edison Liu, M.D., is traveling around the globe to lead the Laboratory into the genomic medicine era.

Giving back
Rebecca Edwardson's priorities changed when the former model's life was sidetracked by an unexpected foe: cancer.

Sweat equity
JAXfit provides employees with tremendous opportunities to improve their wellness, and the results are impressive.

A steep ascent
Professor Carol Bult, Ph.D., has interests and goals that extend far beyond the Laboratory's walls.

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Vol. 4 No. 3 | Fall 2011

Climbing for Silas
Toddler's devastating disease spurs a Maine boy to use his own legs and lungs to help those who can't.

Full speed ahead
Facing a rare genetic disease together, the Wentzell family doesn't let anything slow them down.

Enduring friendship
Burt Adelman's experience as a summer student contributed to both his career and to a lifelong friendship.

Biology unlimited
David Valle embraces the wide world of biology, genetics and medicine in his pursuit of medical knowledge.

The waters of life
The waters on and around Mount Desert Island are vital to renowned researcher John Eppig's work as well as his play.

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Vol. 4 No. 2 | Summer 2011

The human connection
Young girl with Rett syndrome connects local family with The Jackson Laboratory's autism research.

A drive to help
Chris and Kathleen Koch are driven to support The Jackson Laboratory.

The Laboratory's new energy plant uses Maine fuel, providing a boon to both the local environment and economy.

Finding a way to give
Huntington's disease hasn't stopped Cathy Alley from pursuing her passion for live music or supporting the search for cures.

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Vol. 4 No. 1 | Winter 2011

A novel perspective
Chengkai Dai is looking at cancer from a promising new perspective.

The anti-aging effect
Exactly why do we age? And might there be a way to slow down the aging process?

The right investment
Ed and Cindy Johnson's support continues their efforts to provide a better future for all.

Setting a high benchmark
Matt Temple brings the Laboratory's expertise and high standards back to his college classroom.

Tumors for a cure
JAX—West and UC Davis team up to give cancer researchers better samples in quest for cures.

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