Here at JAX, we are bridging the gap between mouse and human data to drive biological discovery and accelerate translation to the clinic. With the latest equipment, methodologies and best-in-class core services, our highly collaborative and diverse research teams are overcoming long-standing challenges in a variety of research and disease areas.
Developing the most sophisticated models and applications, we are committed to providing you with the tools that propel science.
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Participants from Nigeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Mali, Senegal, DR Congo, Ghana and South Africa came to Bar Harbor to learn from talks at the Short …View More
The Jackson Laboratory is proud to announce Lisa Wren, Ph.D., and Michael MacLean, Ph.D., as the 2023 JAX Scholars.View More
Joanna Gell, MD, research scientist at The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) and pediatric oncologist, has been appointed to a newly-established Connecticut Rare …View More
Inaugural Paigen Fellow Cara Hardy, Ph.D., studies bladder-brain connections.View More
“The Jackson Laboratory has a unique combination of critical components to realize the long-awaited potential of genetics for predicting, treating and modifying the course of disease.”
— President & CEO Lon Cardon, Ph.D., FMedSci