AACI Member Spotlight

The Jackson Laboratory Cancer Center

The Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory was founded in 1929 by Clarence Cook Little, a Harvard-trained geneticist. Since then, twenty-four researchers won Nobel Prizes in Medicine or Physiology for research using inbred mice developed at The Jackson Laboratory, and two other Nobel Laureates have connections with the Laboratory. In addition, Jackson Associate Professors Kevin Mills, PhD, and Joel Graber, PhD, discovered telltale variations in mRNA processing - the cell’s protein-building function - that correspond to cancer.


Annual Meeting

Upcoming Events


2015 AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting
October 25-27
Washington, DC

Physician Clinical Leadership Initiative
October 25
4:00-6:00 pm
Washington, DC

2016 AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting
October 23-25
Chicago, IL