GMGI News and Announcements

(GLOUCESTER, MA) On June 3, 2021, a short nine months after they began at Gloucester Biotechnology Academy, twelve soon-to-be graduates gathered on the pier outside Maritime Gloucester. They were ready to take the next step in their journey, graduating from

Interested in learning more about the Gloucester Biotechnology Academy? Check out our short virtual information session to hear from Academy instructors on curriculum, application process and more.

(GLOUCESTER, MA) Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute (GMGI) is one of 140 local nonprofits selected to receive a grant between $100K and $500K through Cummings Foundation’s $25 Million Grant Program. The Gloucester-based organization was selected from over 550 applicants during a

Known as: A Molecular Biologist, and Scientific Director of the Jackson Laboratory Based out of: Bar Harbor, Maine What she does in 10 words or less: Studies genetic variation in mice to better understand human disease Why what she does is important to

Known as: A Venom Scientist Based out of: New York, New York (Hunter College, The American Museum of Natural History and CUNY Graduate Center) What she does, in short: Uses venom to connect nature and humanity to treat human disease. Why what she

We are thrilled to welcome Shelly Trigg, PhD, to the team as our newest Research Scientist. Although originally from Massachusetts, Shelly joins us from the West Coast where she spent the past 10 years. After completing her B.S. at Simmons College

On March 8 the Class of 2021 began the final leg of their Academy journey -- a three-month internship in a professional biotech lab in Boston, Cambridge or the North Shore. Six months of intensive, hands-on training in the Academy

As a young adult, Maggie Rosa was given the opportunity of a lifetime – to work in the lab of Dr. Reuben Leberman. “It’s still a mystery as to why he hired me but I know that it changed the

Based out of: Fort Pierce, Florida (Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Florida Atlantic University) Known as: Research Professor, Ocean Explorer, and part-time Aquanaut Part-time Aquanaut?!: In 2019, Dr. Pomponi was selected to participate in one of NASA’s Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO), and

Please join us in welcoming Logan Walsh, GMGI’s new Development Director. Logan brings a wealth of fundraising experience and is poised to grow our development program in support of GMGI’s ambitious aspirations. A background in higher education and environmental not-for-profits, combined