GMGI News and Announcements

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 oceans. Why what she

(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

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

(GLOUCESTER, MA) The new, state-of-the-art biomanufacturing learning environment at GMGI’s Gloucester Biotechnology Academy in Blackburn Center is complete and prepared for its first group of students. On Wednesday, September 8, GMGI staff were joined by Governor Charlie Baker, Lieutenant Governor

Graham and Jan Walker grew up in Ottawa Canada, far from the ocean, but their summers in cabins by lakes and rivers influenced them deeply -- fishing and boating became part of their DNA. For years, their marine interests were limited

Earlier this month, GMGI had the pleasure of hosting a group of SummerSTEM students from Roxbury for a week-long program. The students experienced hands-on science in a working laboratory using biotechnology techniques to identify the ‘mystery’ species of white fish

On July 3rd, GMGI Research Scientist Matt Harke and Teaching Assistant and Lab Technician Che Gardiner boarded OceanX’s state-of-the-art research vessel, the OceanXplorer. As part of GMGI’s ongoing partnership with OceanX, Matt and Che joined the expedition as instructors for the new Young

(GLOUCESTER, MA) The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is deeply rooted in the history of Massachusetts and remains a critical coastal resource throughout New England. The iconic species is recognized as the official state fish of Massachusetts and is immortalized in

This summer, three new faces will be contributing to GMGI’s cutting-edge research. Ansharah Khan, Kilee Davis and Merry Moore will all be working with Senior Research Associate Jennifer Polinski on marine genomic projects. We are delighted to welcome them to