Jackson Laboratory faculty investigate the basic processes that take us from fertilized egg to functional being, which also hold key information about how our genes function.
Uses advanced methods to research glaucoma and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Mice harboring spontaneous mutations have long been a major source for animal models of human genetic disorders, particularly mendelian diseases. The Mouse Mutant Resource maintains over 700 established mutant strains.
This resource provides mouse models for facial, dental, eye, ear and skull development research, as well as mouse models of human craniofacial syndromes.
Steven Munger, Ph.D., uses a systems genetics approach and advanced computational methods to study development and complex disease in advanced mouse populations.
Scientific Director and Professor, The Jackson Laboratory for Mammalian Genetics
Associate Professor and Director, Single Cell Biology
Senior Scientific Advisor to the President/CEO and Janeway Distinguished Chair and Professor of Mammalian Genetics
Global leader in the use of targeted mutagenesis in mice to investigate muscle development, disease and repair.
Studying the development and function of neural circuits and dysfunctions related to autism spectrum disorders.
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