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2008 Scientific Report

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Van Andel Research Institute | Scientific Report External Collaborators Philip Andrews, Irwin Goldstein, Gilbert Omenn, and Diane Simeone, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Randall Brand, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania William Catalona, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Terry Du Clos, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque Ziding Feng and Samir Hanash, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, Washington Michael A. Hollingsworth, University of Nebraska, Omaha Raju Kucherlapati, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts Anna Lokshin, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Alan Partin, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Lawrence A. Potempa, Immtech Pharmaceuticals, Vernon Hills, Illinois Robert Vessella, University of Washington, Seattle From left: Yue, Wu, VanOcker, Bergsma, Nelson, Porter, Haab Recent Publications Chen, Songming, Tom LaRoche, Darren Hamelinck, Derek Bergsma, Dean Brenner, Diane Simeone, Randall E. Brand, and Brian B. Haab. 2007. Multiplexed analysis of glycan variation on native proteins captured by antibody microarrays. Nature Methods 4(5): 437–444. Forrester, Sara, Kenneth E. Hung, Rork Kuick, Raju Kucherlapati, and Brian B. Haab. 2007. Low-volume, high-throughput sandwich immunoassays for profiling plasma proteins in mice: identification of early-stage systemic inflammation in a mouse model of intestinal cancer. Molecular Oncology 1(2): 216–225. Forrester, Sara, Ji Qiu, Leslie Mangold, Alan Partin, David Misek, Brett Phinney, Douglas Whitten, Philip Andrews, Eleftherios Diamandis, Gilbert S. Omenn, Samir Hanash, and Brian B. Haab. 2007. An experimental strategy for quantitative analysis of the humoral immune response to prostate cancer antigens using natural protein microarrays. Proteomics – Clinical Applications 1(5): 494–505. Li, Zheng, Shireesh Srivastava, Xuerui Yang, Sheenu Mittal, Paul Norton, James Resau, Brian Haab, and Christina Chan. 2007. A hierarchical approach employing metabolic and gene expression profiles to identify the pathways that confer cytotoxicity in HepG2 cells. BMC Systems Biology 1: 15 pp. 28

VARI | 2008 Rick Hay, Ph.D., M.D., F.A.H.A. Laboratory of Noninvasive Imaging and Radiation Biology Office of Translational Programs Dr. Hay earned a Ph.D. in pathology (1977) and an M.D. (1978) at the University of Chicago and the Pritzker School of Medicine. He became a resident in anatomic pathology and then a postdoctoral research fellow in the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics. Following a postdoctoral fellowship at the Biocenter/University of Basel (Switzerland), he returned to the University of Chicago as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology and Associate Director of the Section of Autopsy Pathology from 1984 to 1992. He moved to the University of Michigan Medical Center in 1992 as a clinical fellow in the Division of Nuclear Medicine and became Chief Fellow in 1993. From 1994 to 1997 he was a staff physician, and from 1995 to 1997 the Medical Director in the Department of Nuclear Medicine at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit. He joined VARI in 2001 as a Senior Scientific Investigator. In 2002 he was named Assistant to the Director for Clinical Programs, and in 2003 was appointed Deputy Director for Clinical Programs. Staff Laboratory Staff Visiting Scientist Students Visiting Scientists Physician-Scientist In Training Troy Giambernardi, Ph.D. Kim Hardy, M.A., RT(R), RDMS Natalie Kent, B.S. Jose Toro, B.S. Nigel Crompton, Ph.D., D.Sc. Matthew Steensma, M.D. Students Alaa Abughoush Sara Kunz Jennifer Vogal Consultants Helayne Sherman, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.C. Milton Gross, M.D., F.A.C.N.P. 29

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