Courtney Hatton

Postbaccalaureate Intern

Uses gene therapy approaches to treat axonal neuropathies in mouse models of Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease.

I started my research career working in virology, antibody development and immunochemistry. Following a break in education I returned to the University of Maine and where I studied haploid induction in embryonic plant cells. After receiving my bachelors degree in 2019, I was selected to be a Post-Baccalaureate Research Intern, here at the Jackson Lab.

In the Burgess lab, we study axonal neuropathies and use mouse models to better understand disease etiology and develop novel treatment technology.

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Education and experience

Education

University of Maine (UMO)
B.S., Biology
2017-2019

Experience

Burgess Lab, The Jackson Laboratory
Post-Baccalaureate Research Intern
2019-Present

Genome Elimination Lab/Tan Lab, University of Maine
Research Assistant
2017-2019

Maine Biotechnology Services Inc. (currently: BBI Solutions)
Immunochemistry Service Scientist
2009-2013

Duboise Lab, University of Southern Maine
Laboratory Assistant
2008-2009