Kenneth Johnson, Ph.D.

Associate ProfessorThe Jackson Laboratory

Ken Johnson, Ph.D., studies the genetics of hearing impairment in mice. He and his research team identify mutations causing congenital or age-related hearing loss and characterize the underlying inner ear pathologies. These studies improve our understanding of molecular mechanisms involved in the auditory process and provide mouse models of homologous human hearing disorders.

Sessions
Sep 19 8:30 AM Monday, September 19, 2016 8:30am    Topic: Mouse genetics, nomenclature, and MGI
9:15am    Topic Genetic background and age-related effects
10:00am    Coffee break    
10:30am Topic: Microscopy in inner ear research
11:15am Lecture: New programs and resources, KOMP, resources for gene expression
12:00pm Lunch     
1:00pm Student poster presentations    
2:30pm Group photo    
2:45pm Van shuttle to Research Lab    
3:15pm Biomethods training    
4:30pm Jackson Lab tour     
5:00pm Visit Electron MIcroscopy Service and SEM demo      
6:00pm Van shuttle to Highseas    
6:30pm Dinner     
7:30pm New technologies: CRISPR-Cas genome editing
8:15pm New technologies: CRISPR-Cas applied to hearing research