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Items Tagged with 'Van Andel Institute'
In 2010, Michigan State University, in a landmark decision, greatly raised the profile of the Medical Mile and Michigan’s Life Sciences Corridor with its opening of the College of Human Medicine’s Secchia Center across from Van Andel Institute. Read More
A Van Andel Institute researcher studying Parkinson’s disease has co-authored a report, detailing, for the first time, how the disease spreads through the brain via a protein — and uncovering a trail for possible drug development to slow symptoms. Read More
Getting the right treatment to the right patient is the all-important aim of any research endeavor and has been at the heart of Van Andel Institute’s mission since its founding in 1996. Read More
Researchers at Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids have begun a major multi-million dollar study of the tuberous sclerosis complex — a rare genetic disorder most often diagnosed during infancy or childhood. Read More
The Van Andel Institute has been able to bring some of the biggest names in scientific research to the home of Hope on the Hill. Read More
A recent collaboration between several members of West Michigan’s biomedical research and life sciences corridor has significant implications for strengthening . . . Read More