Cat Lutz

Cat Lutz, Ph.D.

Senior Research Scientist

Bar Harbor, ME

Researches mice as a model for human neurodegenerative disease, with an emphasis on best practices for research and preclinical drug testing.

Education and experience

Education

1997
Ph.D., biochemistry
University of Maine, Orono, ME

1990
B.S., biochemistry
The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Experience

2012-
Director, Rare and Orphan Disease Center, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

2011-
Director, Repository, and Research Scientist, Genetic Resource Science, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

2008-2011
Associate Director and Research Scientist, Genetic Resource Science, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

2004-2008
Mouse Repository Operations Manager and Associate Research Scientist, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

1998-2004
Senior Scientific Curator, Mouse Genome Informatics, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

1996-1998
Postdoctoral Associate, Laboratory of Dr. David Hosford, Duke University, Durham North Carolina

1993-1996
Predoctoral Associate, Laboratory of Dr. Wayne Frankel, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

1991-1993
Senior Research Assistant, Laboratory of Dr. Wayne Frankel, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

1990-1991
Research Assistant, Laboratory of Dr. Benjamin Taylor, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME

1987-1990
Research Technician, Laboratory of Dr. Mary Edmonds, The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA