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Fall 2001 Features
Purtle

A Stroke of Genius by Kristen Epler
Dr. Carol J. Purtle, an expert on 15th century artist Jan van Eyck, forges more paths on her quest to unravel the history of an era in Northern Europe.

Demir

At the Heart of the Matter by Greg Russell
Research being conducted on the U of M campus is helping scientists develop better medications to combat cardiac diseases.

Parrill Keeping it Simple by Kristen Epler
Dr. Abby Parrill and her team of researchers are using computers to simplify and study the chemical receptors of molecules.
Lichstein Desperately Seeking Snoozin' by Henry Hart
Researcher Dr. Kenneth Lichstein is working to help people combat sleep problems with his innovative insomnia-treatment program.
Strauser, Lustig Employing Research in People's Lives by Kristen Epler
Two U of M researchers are helping to fight employment issues with their Center for Rehabilitation and Employment Research.
Fall 2001 cover
Vol. 19 No. 4
Cover art: Children from the Barbara K. Lipman Early Childhood School and Research Institute used red, white and blue paint and their hands to create this American flag as part of Freedom Week activities in October at the school. The theme of the week was "learning to live peacefully with others.
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