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Grice Marine Lab

Grice Marine Lab

The Grice Marine Laboratory is the marine lab of the College of Charleston and houses academic programs in Marine Biology. The lab supports teaching and research in evolutionary biology, marine biogeography, cellular and molecular biology, benthic ecology, immunology, microbial ecology, phytoplankton ecology, environmental physiology, fish systematics, and invertebrate zoology and other marine sciences. The laboratory is located at Fort Johnson on James Island, South Carolina.

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News and Updates

Forensic Scientist Brings CSI to GML
Posted on 1 March 2017 | 2:47 pm
Grice Marine Lab recently hosted forensic microbiologist Sarah Seepaulsingh, PhD candidate from Fordham University. Here is a summary from Sarah about her study: “I am a forensic microbiologist using the necrobiome, specifically bacterial and fungal community changes, to estimate postmortem … Continue reading
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Recent Grice Grad Student Makes the Local Internet
Posted on 26 January 2016 | 4:22 pm
Andrea Margiotta, who graduated May 2015, followed along on her marine science path by taking a job with the SC Aquarium as an Education Interpreter.  Andrea started at the Aquarium right after graduation and as an Education Interpreter, she presents educational shows for … Continue reading
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Sotka Lab Gets One-Year Intern From Brazil
Posted on 26 January 2016 | 1:34 pm
Grice Marine Lab and Erik Sotka’s lab team welcome visiting scientist and intern, Glauco Barreto de Oliveira Machado.  Glauco is a Ph.D. student in Ecology at University of Campinas, from Brazil. He has been studying the association between small herbivores and macroalgae.  Specifically,  … Continue reading
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DNR To Host Open House October 24th
Posted on 20 October 2015 | 9:34 am
Come face-to-face with a flatfish, practice your fishing knots, or take a cruise around Charleston Harbor at the upcoming Marine Resources Center Open House, an activity-packed event that’s all about the coast and what we do out here at the … Continue reading
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