The Jackson Laboratory offers educational programs for scientists at various stages in their careers—from talented high school students investigating genetic diseases to experienced researchers defining the cutting edge of genomics research. Our new Clinical and Continuing Education Program expands the audience to include clinicians who are interested in incorporating genetics and genomics into their thinking and practices.
Educational programs and clinical tools designed for future and currently practicing health professionals.
This selective program is an intellectually rigorous and challenging opportunity for early career scientists to become critical thinkers in preparation for scientific research, policy and entrepreneurial positions.
Our predoctoral training program offering opportunities for PhD research and training in diverse areas, in cooperation with degree-granting academic programs such as Tufts University and the University of Maine.
Outstanding students from all walks of life conduct biomedical research as apprentices in the laboratories of scientists.
This program offers local Maine students with a strong interest in science and mathematics an opportunity to work "at the bench" under the sponsorship of a scientist.
Students work full-time to gain familiarity with all aspects of a research project: designing the project, implementing the research plan, analyzing data, and reporting results.
The Jackson Laboratory coordinates the Maine State Science Fair.