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 of campus investigators conducting research using mutant mice and facilitate our efforts to provide innovative products, unique services, and specialized infrastructure for research in areas of human and animal health and precision medicine. During this transition, we do not expect any slowdown in delivery or interruption of current or future orders and services to researchers. Since 1997, the MBP has grown from one small laboratory to a large and vibrant organization playing an essential role in biomedical discovery by facilitating the availability and accessibility of next-generation mouse models and mouse mutagenesis and other strategies. This dedicated focus has enabled the MBP to become one of the largest academic based programs in the world. By relocating under the Office of Research, the MBP will be able to “Outgrow the Expected” and position UC Davis at the global epicenter of mouse based research.