Patsy Nishina, PhD

The Jackson Laboratory
Bar Harbor, ME

Patsy Nishina, Ph.D. focuses on the identification of genes and pathways important in retinal development, function, and maintenance. A combination of molecular genetic approaches—including but not limited to positional cloning of spontaneous and chemically induced mutations, expression profiling, functional interaction assays, and modifier screens—are utilized to discover these pathways. She has spent her professional career generating mouse models for retinal disease for the research community through her Translational Vision Research Models program at The Jackson Laboratory. 

First published on: August 07, 2017

Last modified on: April 18, 2024