The future of cancer treatment is fueled by science.
Neuromuscular diseases start by hampering mobility and progress to threatening vital processes like breathing and swallowing. Greg Cox wants to knock them all out.
Cortney Lavorgna is a college student who is exploring the neuromuscular disease she lives with in a JAX research experience.
Julia Oh probes the depths of human skin to characterize the microbial communities that contribute to health and disease.
Albert Cheng, Ph.D., is taking the key attributes of CRISPR/Cas and making it more versatile.
The Munger Lab combines experimental and computational methods with advanced mouse mapping populations to solve complex genetic puzzles.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a major cause of dementia, disability and death in the elderly. Despite recent advances in our understanding of basic biological mechanisms...
The Center for Systems Neurogenetics of Addiction (CSNA) aims to identify the biological relationships between the stages and patterns of cocaine addiction and behaviors that...
To understand disease mechanisms and ultimately develop effective therapies for AD, it is essential we apply state-of-the-art approaches to generate...
The Jackson Laboratory Cancer Center (JAXCC) is a National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center complemented by institutional education, resource and service initiatives...
International database resource for the laboratory mouse, providing integrated genetic, genomic, and biological data.
Our goal is to focus our diverse expertise in biology and genomics on the problems and disorders associated with aging.