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Van Andel Research Institute | Scientific Report External Collaborators Kanchan Pavangadkar and Michael F. Thomashow, Michigan State University, East Lansing Amy S. Hark, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania Kostas Vlachonasios, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Recent Publications Lu, Xu, and Steven J. Triezenberg. In press. Chromatin assembly on herpes simplex virus genomes during lytic infection. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Gene Regulatory Mechanisms. Hark, Amy T., Konstantinos E. Vlachonasios, Kanchan A. Pavangadkar, Sumana Rao, Hillary Gordon, Ioannis- Dimosthenis Adamakis, Athanasios Kaldis, Michael F. Thomashow, and Steven J. Triezenberg. 2009. Two Arabidopsis orthologs of the transcriptional coactivator ADA2 have distinct biological functions. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Gene Regulatory Mechanisms 1789(2): 117–124. Kutluay, Sebla B., Sarah L. DeVos, Jennifer E. Klomp, and Steven J. Triezenberg. 2009. Transcriptional coactivators are not required for herpes symplex virus type 1 immediate-early gene expression in vitro. Journal of Virology 83(8): 3436–3449. Kutluay, Sebla B., and Steven J. Triezenberg. 2009. Regulation of histone deposition on the herpes simplex virus type 1 genome during lytic infection. Journal of Virology 83(11): 5835–5845. Kutluay, Sebla B., and Steven J. Triezenberg. 2009. Role of chromatin during herpesvirus infections. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1790(6): 456–466. From left: Testori, Alberts, Klomp, Kutluay, Triezenberg, Rappley, Lu 54

VARI | 2009 George F. Vande Woude, Ph.D. Laboratory of Molecular Oncology Dr. Vande Woude received his M.S. (1962) and Ph.D. (1964) from Rutgers University. From 1964– 1972, he served first as a postdoctoral research associate, then as a research virologist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture at Plum Island Animal Disease Center. In 1972, he joined the National Cancer Institute as Head of the Human Tumor Studies and Virus Tumor Biochemistry sections and, in 1980, was appointed Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Oncology. In 1983, he became Director of the Advanced Bioscience Laboratories–Basic Research Program at the National Cancer Institute’s Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center, a position he held until 1998. From 1995, Dr. Vande Woude first served as Special Advisor to the Director, and then as Director for the Division of Basic Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. In 1999, he was recruited to become the founding Director of the Van Andel Research Institute. In 2009, Vande Woude stepped down as Director and assumed the new title of Distinguished Scientific Fellow, while retaining his role of head of the Laboratory of Molecular Oncology. Staff Laboratory Staff Students Visiting Scientists Qian Xie, M.D., Ph.D. Yu-Wen Zhang, M.D., Ph.D. Chongfeng Gao, Ph.D. Carrie Graveel, Ph.D. Dafna Kaufman, M.Sc. Angelique Berens, B.S. Jack DeGroot, B.S. Curt Essenburg, B.S. Betsy Haak, B.S. Liang Kang, B.S. Rachel Kuznar, B.S. Benjamin Staal, B.S. Ryan Thompson, B.S. Yanli Su, A.M.A.T Laura Holman Amy Nelson Ala’a Abughoush Sara Kunz Kathleen Pollock David Wenkert, M.D. Yuehai Shen, Ph.D. Edwin Chen, B.S. 55

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