Interested in a career at The Jackson Laboratory? We empower and accelerate JAX research and discoveries with a broad array of shared scientific services and facilities.
Leveraging more than 85 years of knowledge in mammalian genetics and a growing expertise in human genomics, JAX Scientific Services helps to accelerate JAX researchers’ discoveries. From computational sciences to single cell biology to PDX mouse models, JAX Scientific Services enables JAX scientists to focus on their groundbreaking research while furthering JAX’s mission to discover precise genomic solutions for disease and empower the global biomedical community in our shared quest to improve human health.
Genome Tech & Single Cell Biology
G.E.T., Reproductive Sci., & T.G.S.
Physiology and Neurobehavior
The Clinical Assessment Laboratory tests mouse blood and urine for organ systems assessment, phenotyping confirmation, and sick mouse diagnostic purposes. The menu offers over 40 biochemical assays and a comprehensive hematology profile, including all reticulocyte parameters.
Provides a variety of techniques and services including tissue preparation, fixation, processing, numerous routine and special procedures, and specialized Electron Microscopy techniques including immunogold labelling, ultrathin cryosectioning, and microarray sectioning.
The Jackson Laboratory is seeking outstanding candidates for Assistant, Associate and Full Professor positions at both its Bar Harbor, ME and Farmington, CT research campuses.
We are recruiting outstanding Postdoctoral Associates for our expanding research campuses in Bar Harbor, ME and Farmington, CT
Chia-Lin Wei, Ph.D., an international leader in genomics and sequencing, shares her vision and plans for supporting The Jackson Laboratory’s scientific research with genome technologies.
Clinical Laboratory Director Honey Reddi talks with Sara Cassidy about clinical genomics efforts at The Jackson Laboratory.
The single-cell technology, methods and expertise Paul Robson brings to JAX have the potential to advance many of the ongoing research programs.