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2009 Scientific Report

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Van Andel Research Institute | Scientific Report Astrocytes in mouse retina An epifluorescent image of a mouse retina at postnatal day 7, showing astrocytes stained green with glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP, which measures activated glial cells) and endothelial blood vessel cells stained red with GSA lectin. The image shows the intricate guidance pattern between the astrocytes and the vasculature in the superficial layer of the retina. Red dots are sprouting blood vessels seen in cross section as they penetrate to other retinal layers. Original magnification, 400×. Photo by Jennifer Bromberg-White of the Duesbery lab. 46

VARI | 2009 Bin T. Teh, M.D., Ph.D. Laboratory of Cancer Genetics Dr. Teh obtained his M.D. from the University of Queensland, Australia, in 1992, and his Ph.D. from the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, in 1997. Before joining the Van Andel Research Institute, he was an Associate Professor of Medical Genetics at the Karolinska Institute. Dr. Teh joined VARI as a Senior Scientific Investigator in January 2000. His research mainly focuses on kidney cancer, and he is currently on the Medical Advisory Board of the Kidney Cancer Association. Dr. Teh was promoted to Distinguished Scientific Investigator in 2005. Staff Students Eric Kort, M.D. Jindong Chen, Ph.D. Yan Ding, Ph.D. Vanessa Fogg, Ph.D. Dan Huang, Ph.D. Aikseng Ooi, Ph.D. David Petillo, Ph.D. Zhongfa (Jacob) Zhang, Ph.D. Mario Lucia, B.S. Sabrina Noyes, B.S. Doug Roossien Jr., B.S. Bill Wondergem, B.S. Mike Avallone Kristin Buzzitta Jim Fitzgerald John Snider 47

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