Systems Administrator 3

Posted on March 14, 2022

JOB ID #: 31899 Salary Range: $68,200/yr. - $136,900/yr. (Budgeted Salary Range is $68,200/yr. - $102,000/yr.) Appointment Type: Career Direct Link: Systems Administrator 3 Apply By: March 27th, 2022 Under direction of the Asst. Director of Information Services (IS), participate in all systems administration, network administration, and helpdesk related activities within…Read more

Applications Programmer 2

Posted on March 14, 2022

JOB ID #: 31822 Salary Range: $23.66/hr. - $47.51/hr. (Budgeted Salary Range is $23.66/hr. - $35.58/hr.) Appointment Type: Career Direct Link: Application Programmer 2 Apply By: March 27th, 2022 Under direction of the Information Services Asst. Director, working collaboratively within a team, implement and support multiple web-based biological repositories, Laboratory and Financial…Read more

Applications Programmer 2/3 (two positions)

Posted on February 14, 2022

JOB ID #: 31329, 31331 Salary Range: $60,800 - $122,100 Appointment Type: Career Direct Link: Applications Programmer 2 / Applications Programmer 3 Apply By: Feb 27th 2022 These positions are working in the Mouse Biology Program developing applications that support exciting scientific developments. From curing diseases to researching COVID you'll be helping to…Read more

Return to Full Operations

Posted on December 28, 2020

Return to full operations.  While taking all necessary precautions to avoid the omicron virus, the UC Davis Mouse Biology Program is now operating under “Phase4” conditions as it continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Gene targeting, genome editing, cryorecoveries, and other projects are now fully underway, customer and technical…Read more

Annual Stakeholder Report 2020-2021

Posted on September 30, 2020

Launching the Next Decade of Service This past year (2020-2021) marks 22 years since the UC Davis Mouse Biology Program (MBP) began serving the mouse modeling needs of the campus community. Now entering its 23rd year, the MBP remains the only one-stop in-house resource of unique expertise, services, and training…Read more

NIH Grant to Create Humanized Mice Susceptible to COVID-19

Posted on August 5, 2020

By Andy Fell on August 3, 2020, in Human & Animal Health The National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant of $1.2 million to the Mouse Biology Program at the University of California, Davis, to create mice that are susceptible to the COVID-19 virus. The goal is to create mice…Read more

UC Davis receives $6.7M for 5-year renewal of its NIH Mutant Mouse Resource & Research Center

Posted on May 1, 2020

It is well understood in biomedical research community that mice are a preferred mammalian disease model because of their high genetic homology with humans, rapid reproduction, efficient housing and husbandry, easily characterized phenotypes, and well developed resources and tools for genetic manipulation. As the need for genetically engineered mice grows…Read more

MBP Now A Special Research Program Under Office Of Research

Posted on February 28, 2020

As the Mouse Biology Program (MBP) begins its third decade of service as a scientific resource for campus researchers, we are pleased to announce that effective March 1st we will join the UC Davis Office of Research. This move will place MBP in a better position to support the needs…Read more

Now Available CRISPR/Cas9 for Rats!

Posted on February 10, 2020

The UC Davis Mouse Biology Program (MBP) is proud to make available genome editing in rats using CRISPR/Cas9 as a service to campus researchers. In addition to CRISPR mice, the MBP can now design, establish, and expand genome-edited rat models for your research. Rats studies can be advantageous for sequential blood and tissue sampling, especially in longitudinal drug studies. Rats are also valuable…Read more

MMRRC Announces Acquisition of KOMP Repository

Posted on February 10, 2020

The Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center (MMRRC), the official National Institute of Health (NIH) repository of mouse models, is pleased to announce the availability of genetically-altered mice and embryonic stem (ES) cells made as part of the NIH Knockout Mouse Project (KOMP) and previously maintained in the KOMP Repository.…Read more