GMGI News and Announcements

Photo credit: Ocean Alliance Click here to register Known as: Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Alliance Based out of: Gloucester, MA What they do in 10 words or less: Drives innovative whale research and ocean conservation Why what they do is important to you: Whales

Long before meeting one another, getting married, and starting a family, Elinor and Geoffry Juviler grew up spending summers on Cape Ann. Each had their own lineage that now, all these years later, fuels their mutual appreciation for the area.

As 2021 comes to a close, the full time GMGI team has increased to 20. Jess Boulton, Sadie Salazar and Carly McCall all joined GMGI within the past month and bring with them a range of experience that will deepen

(GLOUCESTER, MA) On Friday, November 12th, life sciences industry and education leaders from throughout the Commonwealth gathered at GMGI’s Gloucester Biotechnology Academy in its new state-of-the-art biomanufacturing learning lab for the organization’s first annual Education and Workforce Development Conference. This event

Click here to register Known as: Associate Vice President for Research, Program Manager for Coral Health and Disease, Coral Restoration, and Senior Scientist (Dr. Muller); Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Dr. Koch) at Mote Marine Laboratory Based out of: Sarasota and Summerland Key, Florida What

(click here to register) Known as: Deep-sea explorer, oceanographer, marine biologist, and co-founder of the Ocean Research and Conservation Association (ORCA) Based out of: Vero Beach, Florida What she does in 10 words or less: Determines what’s needed to preserve and protect our

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Gloucester Marine Genomics institute has been named a finalist for the 2021 Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Awards, honoring companies from across the Commonwealth for job growth, investment, expansion, equity, diversity & inclusion and community engagement. This is MassEcon’s

We are thrilled to welcome Kate Castellano, PhD, to GMGI as the organization’s first Postdoctoral Scientist! Prior to GMGI, Kate was a PhD candidate at the University of Connecticut, creating and utilizing genomic tools to better understand understudied marine organisms. Her

(Gloucester, MA) A recent survey of life sciences leaders and top real estate professionals who serve the life sciences industry indicates that Gloucester and its expanding biotech cluster have positioned the location as a compelling alternative to Kendall Square and

Known as: A Marine Biologist and Professor of Biology at Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station Based out of: Pacific Grove, California What he does in 10 words or less: Studies marine genomics to better preserve and protect ocean life Why what he does is