Mouse Models

Awarded Project: "KOMP2-Phase 2 Production and Phenotyping by the DTCC Consortium"

September 08, 2016
KOMP2-Phase 2 Production and Phenotyping by the DTCC Consortium

Dr. K.C. Kent Lloyd received a 5 year grant from the Office of the Directory, NIH.  The DTCC KOMP2-Phase2 project will create and study knockout mouse models for at least 1,500 human genes. The models and data we produce will significantly add to what we currently know about the normal function of genes in healthy development and life and the consequences of gene dysfunction (also called mutation) that often cause human disease.

Awarded Project: "Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center (MMPC) at UC Davis"

August 02, 2016
Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center (MMPC) at UC Davis

Dr. K.C. Kent Lloyd received a five year renewal of the MMPC program from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH.  The Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center (MMPC) at UC Davis serves a primary role in providing unique and specialized phenotyping and analytical tests  for mouse models of diabetes, obesity, and metabolic disorders.

Awarded Project: "Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center at UCD"

February 26, 2015
Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center at UCD

Dr. K.C. Kent Lloyd was awarded a five year renewal of the Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center at UCD (MMRRC) from the Office of the Director, NIH.  The Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center (MMRRC) National Consortium serves a primary role in ensuring that valuable mouse  models of human disease, development, and behavioral abnormalities created in research laboratories are shared broadly among the biomedical scientific community.