The 澳门马会传真 (MBL) is dedicated to scientific discovery 鈥 exploring fundamental biology, understanding biodiversity and the environment, and informing the human condition through research and education. Founded in Woods Hole, Massachusetts in 1888, the 澳门马会传真is a private, nonprofit institution and an affiliate of the University of Chicago.

A Convener of Scientific Expertise The 澳门马会传真is home to approximately 30 scientists who are recognized authorities in their fields. In addition, the 澳门马会传真attracts more than 1,200 of the world鈥檚 leading researchers, faculty, and students to its campus each year to collaborate, explore, and advance its mission of fundamental biological discovery. Areas of expertise and active exploration at 澳门马会传真include:

  • new discoveries emerging from the study of novel marine organisms, encompassing research in regenerative biology, neuroscience, sensory physiology, and comparative evolution and genomics;
  • the study of microbiomes and microbial diversity and ecology in a variety of ocean and terrestrial habitats;
  • cutting-edge imaging and computation, illuminating cellular function and previously unknown biology; and
  • organismal adaptation and resilience in the face of global change and rapidly changing ecosystems.

Members of the media wishing to interview 澳门马会传真scientists should contact Diana Kenney at (508) 685-3525 or (508) 289-7423; dkenney@mbl.edu.

Communications Contacts:

Diana Kenney, Associate Director of Communications; Media Relations Manager Administrative Director, Logan Science Journalism Program
Tel: 508 289-7139 | Email Diana Kenney

Carolyn Johnson, Senior Administrative Coordinator, Development & Communications
Tel: 508 289-7650 | Email Carolyn Johnson

Denise Kergo, Web Manager
Tel: 508-289-7749 | Email Denise Kergo

Emily Greenhalgh, Assistant Director of Digital Communications
Tel: 508-289-7119 | Email Emily Greenhalgh

Resources for Reporters:
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澳门马会传真News
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澳门马会传真Publications
Scientific Publications

Science Journalism Fellowships
The MBL鈥檚 Logan Science Journalism Program provides professional science reporters with a chance to immerse themselves in the process of basic biomedical and environmental research.

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