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    Research: Bio-IT World: Masters of complexity: Edison Liu on the future of the mouse model
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Thursday, June 08, 2017



    Believe it or not, when the Jackson Lab was born in 1929, many researchers didn't believe it was possible to study genetics in mammals, assuming inbreeding in mammals was impossible. A lot has changed in biology and genetics since then, and there are now more mice living at the Jackson Lab than people living in the state of Maine.

    Edison Liu, president and CEO of The Jackson Laboratory, is harnessing the JAX spirit to push the organization – and hopefully the field – toward a more mature understanding of complexity.

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