Grice Marine Lab

Pandemic update: GML is open for research and teaching.  Masks and spacing are no longer required for those who are vaccinated, with the following exceptions: individuals in scheduled classes or in groups larger than 30.  Masks and spacing are still required for those who are unvaccinated.  Visits by prospective students should be arranged by appointment, (843) 953-9200. Wellness regarding COVID-19 will be confirmed via phone prior to entering the building. Virtual tours are available on our Public Engagement Page. 

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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