Our 43-acre campus in Bar Harbor, Maine is nestled between the Gulf of Maine and the mountains of Acadia National Park. Scientists here research the genetic causes of cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, glaucoma and many other diseases and conditions, using the mouse as a model.
Our state-of-the-art facility in Sacramento, California provides JAX® Mice and extensive in vivo, cancer and stem cell services to the pharmaceutical, life sciences and medical research communities throughout the western United States and Canada.
The Maine Cancer Genomics Initiative is located in at the Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care in Augusta, Maine. MCGI is the first of its kind in the country; a state-wide community genomics project that brings cutting-edge cancer care to oncology practices.
JAX Genomic Medicine sits on a 17-acre site on the campus of the University of Connecticut Health Center, in Farmington. Scientists here investigate how each piece of the genome contributes to health and disease and how our genomes can guide personalized medical care.
The Jackson Laboratory's Charles E. Hewett Center is a 134,900-square-foot facility to maintain research mouse models in Ellsworth, Maine.
With the goal of supporting the global research community to accelerate impactful discoveries, the JAX team in Shanghai empowers academic and drug discovery scientists in China by improving access to mouse models that better represent the genetic and biological complexity of the human condition, and by delivering local support and services that further the China research community’s understanding of human genomics and the use of model systems to uncover cures for disease.