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The Jackson Laboratory

The Jackson Laboratory

Vice President, JMCRS Operations

Bar Harbor, ME | $223K - $392K

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Cancer. Diabetes. Alzheimer’s. Heart Disease. Parkinson’s. The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) leads the search to cure diseases rooted in our DNA. Founded in 1929, we are an NCI-designated Cancer Center since 1983 and an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit research organization with over 90 years of experience in genetics and genomics research. JAX blends the brightest minds with state-of-the-art resources to accelerate discovery. Areas of Discovery (75+ Principal Investigators, >250 Ph.D.s, M.D.s, and D.V.M.s): • Cancer: We are a National Cancer Institute designated Cancer Center focusing on cancer initiation, progression, prevention and therapies. • Developmental/reproductive biology: birth defects, Down syndrome, osteoporosis, fertility • Immunology: HIV-AIDS, anemia, autoimmunity, cancer immunology, immune disorders, lupus, transplant rejection • Metabolic diseases: atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, microbiome • Neurobiology: blindness, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, deafness, epilepsy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, neurodegenerative diseases • Neurobehavioral disorders: autism, addiction, depression Supporting Global Research: • The JAX Mouse Repository and Scientific Services are among the premier resources available for biomedical research. Committed to Education: • Summer Student Program (undergrad & high school) • Teaching the Genome Generation Short Course • Ph.D. programs: U. Maine, Tufts University and U. Connecticut • Courses, Conferences and Workshops

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1,001-5,000 employees
Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Research & Development, Life Sciences, Medical Research, Research and Development, Genomics, Molecular Genetics, Genetic Engineering
Nonprofit
Founded: 1929
Bar Harbor, ME
Company Specialties:
Nonprofit research, biomedical research, genomics, genetics, cancer, neuroscience, immunology, aging, bioinformatics, computational biology, genomic medicine, reproductive biology, developmental biology, eye research, hearing research, healthcare, and pharmaceutical