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Vol. 2 No. 2 | Summer 2009

A tale of two coasts
Two women from opposite sides of the country are key players in JAX—West's success.

A day in the life of a doc
Assistant Professor Kyuson Yun's day is more than full as she seeks the causes of brain cancer.

Blood warrior
Nick Boynton's type 1 diabetes didn't ice his professional hockey career.

Westward ho!
JAX—West expands into a stellar new facility to meet the needs of West Coast customers.

50 years back to the future
The "Short Course" continues to shape progress in medical genetics.

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Vol. 2 No. 1 | Winter 2009

Farmer George
George Miller deals with ALS as Jackson researchers lead the drive to discover therapies.

Driving science
Bob Braun took a long and winding road to his career as a leading scientist.

Finding cancer
Jackson researchers hope to improve therapies by finding cancer earlier than ever before.

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Vol. 1 No. 2 | Summer 2008

Keeping a clear mind
Dr. Susan Ackerman's drive and passion for science is providing profound insights into brain function and dysfunction.

Model student
Alex Royce's science project went beyond the usual. Indeed, he was able to contribute to research for his own disease.

Dynamic duo
Bill and Edith Rudolf embrace art and science in their lives and in their commit-ment to supporting the Laboratory.

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Vol. 1 No. 1 | Winter 2008

The race to inner space
Dr. Joerg Bewersdorf is in a high-tech race that applies physics, chemistry and biology toward a common goal: looking within cells more clearly than ever before.

Take a deep breath
Dr. Steven Murray seeks to improve cystic fibrosis research around the world, but his passion for the work starts at home.

Where our world can unite
For Seanna Pieper-Jordan, the Summer Student Program is one stepping stone on the path to a world of possibility.

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