Grants and Fellowships Awarded in Research and Education

Awarded in FY 2024 (beginning July 1, 2023)

David Mark Welch, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received continuation funding from the Smithsonian Institution for "EOL SI Core Biodiversity Informatics 2024."

Kenneth Foreman, Research Scholar in the Ecosystems Center, received supplemental funding from the Harken Foundation for "Restoration and Recovery of the Little Pond Ecosystem after Nutrient Load Reduction following Sewer Construction and Wastewater Diversion."

Margherita Perillo, Research Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from The University of Chicago for "The Black experience in the Biological Sciences and the MBL."

Christopher Neill, Adjunct Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received supplemental funding from Buzzards Bay Coalition for "Buzzards Bay Coalition Citizens Water Quality Monitoring Program, Baywatchers 5 Year Quality Assurance Project."

Carrie Albertin, Assistant Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from the Kinship Foundation (Searle Scholars Program) for "Insights into the development and design principles of complex nervous systems from a new model system."

Zoe Cardon, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Department of Energy in collaboration with Mizar Imaging LLC for "Light Disc Microscopy."

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from The Grass Foundation for "Grass Foundation - Neurobiology and Neural Systems and Behavior Post Course."

David Mark Welch, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received supplemental funding from The Microbiome Center at University of Chicago for " Microbiome Beacon Project Award."

Abhishek Kumar, Imaging CZI Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from the National Institute Of Biomedical Imaging And Bioengineering of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R03EB035329 for "Building a lightsheet system with dual-color fluorescence anisotropy capability for mapping protein-protein interactions in live cells."

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the National Institute Of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R25MH059472 for "Neural Systems and Behavior."

Irina Arkhipova, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a contract from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences for " Understanding the role of transposons as novel forces in genomic landscapes."

Jennifer Morgan, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received a diversity supplement from the National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number RF1NS078165 for " Mechanisms of Synaptic Dysfunction in Parkinson's and Other Synuclein-Linked Diseases."

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health & Human Development of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R25HD114553 for " Zebrafish Development and Genetics."

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from Burroughs Wellcome Fund for "3-Year Support for MBL Frontiers in Reproduction (FIR) course (2024-2026)."

Loretta Roberson, Associate Scientist in the Bell Center, received supplemental funding for a cooperative agreement from Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-e)/ US Department of Energy in collaboration with the University of Alaska for "Development of Scalable Coastal and Offshore Macroalgal Farming."

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from Company of Biologists for "2024 Embryology: Concepts and Techniques in Modern Developmental Biology Course."

David Mark Welch, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received supplemental funding from The Microbiome Center at University of Chicago for "Microbiome Beacon Project Award."

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the William Townsend Porter Foundation for "William Townsend Porter Support for Underrepresented Minority Scholars 2024."

Rut Pedrosa Pamies, Assistant Research Investigator in the Ecosystems Center (former Principal Investigator Maureen Conte, Senior Research Scientist in the Ecosystems Center), received a grant from the National Science Foundation for "Time Series Particle Flux Measurements in the Sargasso Sea."

Loretta Roberson, Associate Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration in collaboration with Scripps Institute for Oceanography for “mCDR 2023: Carbon capture and ocean acidification mitigation potential by seaweed farms in tropical and subtropical coastal environments.”

Zoe Cardon, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Simons Foundation for “Ecosystem on the Edge: How Coastal Marsh Plants and Microbes Thrive in an Oscillating Environment.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Simons Foundation for “Ecosystem on the Edge: How Coastal Marsh Plants and Microbes Thrive in an Oscillating Environment.”

Mirta Teichberg, Director, Semester in Environmental Science and Associate Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from Oceankind for “SEAGEN: Development of genome modification tools for seagrasses.”

Marko Horb, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received supplemental funding from the National Institutes of Health in collaboration with the Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College on behalf of Harvard Medical School for “XenCAT: Xenopus Single Cell Atlas.”

George Langford, Whitman Adjunct Scientist, received a grant from The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for “CZI Support of the Langford Lab.”

Joshua Rosenthal, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from The Kavli Foundation for “Effects of temperature and hypoxia on RNA editing in squid.”

James McClelland, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation in collaboration with The University of Texas at Austin for “LTER: Seasonal controls and emergent effects of changing land-ice-ocean interactions on Arctic coastal ecosystems (BLE II).”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a contract from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for “Blue Economy Internship Program FY24.”

Scott Chimileski, Research Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research/NIH/DHHS in collaboration with Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children for “Spatial Organization of the Oral Microbiome.”

Caroline Albertin, Assistant Scientist in the Bell Center, received supplemental funding from the National Institute Of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R35GM147273 for “A new animal model to elucidate mechanisms of gene regulation and embryonic patterning.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received supplemental funding from the National Science Foundation for “LTER: Plum Island Ecosystems, the impact of changing landscapes and climate on interconnected coastal ecosystems.”

Zoe Cardon, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy/Office of Science for “Tidal Triggers and Hot-Spot Switches in Coastal Marsh.”

Periklis Paganos, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from The Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity & Equality (GCRLE) at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, made possible by the Bia-Echo Foundation for “Gene regulatory networks controlling sea star reproductive longevity and aging.”

Javier Lloret, Research Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received supplemental funding from The Great Pond Foundation for “Laying the Foundation for Island Coastal Pond Restoration.”

Anne Sylvester, Director of Research, received a grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) for “Building Capacity and a Community for Correlative Imaging Technology in Southeastern Massachusetts.”

Kristin Gribble, Associate Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received supplemental funding from the National Institute On Aging of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R01AG076592 for “Mitochondrial mechanisms of maternal age effects on offspring health and lifespan.”

Michael Palmer, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a fellowship grant from the National Institute Of Arthritis And Musculoskeletal And Skin Diseases of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number F32AR082273 for “Molecular control of chondrocyte hypertrophy: an evolutionary approach.”

Sarah Tucker, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Bay Paul Center, received a fellowship from Simons Foundation for “Elucidating the roles of transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation in natural SAR11 populations.”

Sebastian Ruff, Assistant Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from Human Frontier Science Program Organization for “Dark oxygen production: Assessing an overlooked microbial process in Earth's hidden ecosystems.”

Robert Howarth, Adjunct Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “LTREB Renewal: Nutrients and climate as drivers of carbon sequestration and ecosystem metabolism in a nitrogen-enriched, shallow coastal ecosystem.”

James McClelland, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: Drivers and biogeochemical implications of saltwater intrusion along Arctic coastlines.”

Marko Horb, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received supplemental funding from the Office Of The Director, National Institutes Of Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R24OD030008 for “Xenopus Mutant Resource.”

Marko Horb, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received supplemental funding from the Office Of The Director, National Institutes Of Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P40OD010997 for “National Xenopus Resource Center.”

Irina Arkhipova, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Reverse transcriptase-related genes and their biological significance.”

Edward Rastetter, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation in collaboration with Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York for “LTER: The Role of Climate Variability in Controlling Arctic Ecosystem Function.”

Irina Arkhipova, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received supplemental funding from the National Institute Of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R01GM111917 for “Horizontal gene transfer as the source of evolutionary innovation in eukaryotes.”

Awarded in FY 2023 (beginning July 1, 2022)

Cristina Roman-Vendrell, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from the National Institutes of Health for “Mechanisms of endosomal dysfunction at synapses in a-synuclein pathology.”

Scott Chimileski, Research Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation in collaboration with Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children for “Collaborative Research: MIM: Learning how mucus shapes and maintains microbiomes.”

Jane Maienschein, Adjunct Scientist, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: Understanding and controlling force generation by a centrin-based contractile system.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Hermann Foundation Inc. for “Post-Baccalaureate Program.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received supplemental funding from the National Science Foundation for “LTER: Plum Island Ecosystems, the impact of changing landscapes and climate on interconnected coastal ecosystems.”

Sebastian Ruff, Assistant Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from The Microbiome Center at University of Chicago for “Characterizing the diversity, activity, and habitat of microbes in tropical coral skeletons.”

Mitchell Sogin, Distinguished Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from The Microbiome Center at University of Chicago for “The microbiome as a sentinel for marine animal health.”

Jessica Stock, Postdoctoral Researcher in the Bell Center, received a grant from the Human Frontier Science Program Organization for “Molecular and morphogenetic characterization of early neurogenesis in cephalopods.”

Allen Mensinger, Co-Director, NSF-REU, received supplemental funding from the National Science Foundation for “REU Site: Biological Discovery in Woods Hole.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from Office of Science/Department of Energy for “Quantitative Systems and Genetic Analyses in Environmental Microbial Diversity.”

Mirta Teichberg, Director, Semester of Environmental Sciences and Associate Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from Oceankind for “Biotechnology for seagrass seed restoration enhancement (BioSeed).”

Alexandra Worden, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a supplemental grant from the National Science Foundation for “Dimensions: Collaborative Research: Functional and genomic diversity in vitamin B1 metabolism and impacts on plankton networks and productivity.”

Paul Speer, Chief Operating Officer, received a contract from Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM) in collaboration with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute for “MASS CZM Resilient Woods Hole Phase 2.”

Marie Russell, Director of Facilities, received a contract from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) for “Seawall Restoration.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from Burroughs Wellcome Fund for “Support for Biology of Parasitism: Modern Approaches Advanced Research Training Course Renewal for 3 years (2023-2025).”

Kenneth H. Foreman, Ecosystems Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Harken Foundation for “Restoration and Recovery of the Little Pond Ecosystem after Nutrient Load Reduction following Sewer Construction and Wastewater Diversion.”

David Mark Welch, Senior Scientist and Director of the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from the Smithsonian Institution for “EOL Biodiversity Informatics 2023.”

Heather Bruce, Research Associate, received a grant from the Society for Developmental Biology for “The garden millipede Oxidus gracilis – the first tractable myriapod model system.”

Gina Hebert, Director of Communications received a grant from the Cape Cod Foundation for “ƬƬ (MBL) Falmouth Forum Lecture Series 2023.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from Company of Biologists for “2023 Embryology: Concepts & Techniques in Modern Developmental Biology Course.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from William Townsend Porter Foundation for “William Townsend Porter Support for Underrepresented Minority Scholars.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from The Maxwell/Hanrahan Foundation for “To support an undergraduate student(s) to pursue summer field research at the MBL.”

Zoe Cardon, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Department of Energy in collaboration with Purdue University for “Hydraulic redistribution in forests: Spatial and temporal drivers of variation, and consequences for climate feedbacks.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from Howard Hughes Medical Institute for “MBL Education Program (2022-2025).”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from The Grass Foundation for “Grass Foundation - Neurobiology and Neural Systems and Behavior Post Course Research.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for “Amplifying Equitable Student Pathways Through a Consortium-Based Model (Continued).”

Roger Hanlon, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research for “Revealing the design principles of combined pigmentary and structural coloration in a dynamic color patterning system.”

Marie Russell, Director of Facilities, received a contract from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) for “Waterfront Park Seawall Repair.”

Emil Ruff, Assistant Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Department of Energy in collaboration with University of Massachusetts, Amherst for “How Microbes and Minerals Make Necromass that Persists.”

Anne Sylvester, Director of Research, received a grant from The Kavli Foundation for “Kavli-Grass MBL Fellowships.”

Marko Horb, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from the Office of Research Programs/NIH/DHHS in collaboration with Harvard College on behalf of Harvard Medical School for “XenCAT: Xenopus Single Cell Atlas.”

Loretta Roberson, Associate Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from Agricultural Research Service/Department of Agriculture in collaboration with Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences for “Use of seaweed to protect shellfish farming from ocean acidification.”

Loretta Roberson, Associate Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from Safe Seaweed Coalition in collaboration with Universidad de Los Lagos for “The Coalition for Safe Seaweeds in the Americas.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency in collaboration with Buzzards Bay Coalition for “MBL Benthic Flux Study.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for “The Molecular and Cell Biology of Symbiosis.”

Irina Arkhipova, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health/DHHS for “Horizontal gene transfer as the source of evolutionary innovation in eukaryotes.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “LTER: Plum Island Ecosystems, the impact of changing landscapes and climate on interconnected coastal ecosystems.”

Caroline Albertin, Hibbitt Fellow, in the Bell Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “EDGE FGT: Creation of a Genetically Tractable Cephalopod Model using the Hummingbird Bobtail Squid.”

Zak Swartz, Assistant Scientist, in the Bell Center received a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS for “Molecular control of oocyte arrest, meiosis, and the transition to development.”

Caroline Albertin, Hibbitt Fellow, in the Bell Center, received a MIRA grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences/NIH/DHHS for “A new animal model to elucidate mechanisms of gene regulation and embryonic patterning.”

Jerry Melillo, Distinguished Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the MIT Center for Global Change Gift Fund in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute for Technology for “The Linkage and Use of TEM in the IGSM.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Conference: Workshop: Microbial Diversity Molecules to Modeling Across Biological Scales; Summer in Woods Hole.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: Quantifying the effects of different nitrogen forms on marsh resilience to environmental change.”

Molly Moynihan, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a Fellowship grant from the National Science Foundation for “OCE-PRF: Impacts of endolithic microbial sulfur cycling on coral holobiont ecophysiology, biomineralization, and geochemistry.”

Awarded in FY 2022 (beginning July 1, 2021)

James McClelland, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: AON: The Arctic Great Rivers Observatory (ArcticGRO).”

Cristina Roman-Vendrell, Postdoctoral Scientist in the Bell Center, received a grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation for “Mechanisms of synaptic dysfunction in Parkinson's disease and amelioration strategies.”

Joseph Vallino, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Simons Foundation for “Thermodynamically guided trait-based ocean biogeochemistry modeling.”

Kristen Gribble, Associate Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, has received a grant from the National Institute On Aging of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R01AG076592 for “Mitochondrial mechanisms of maternal age effects on offspring health and lifespan.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a contract from the Department of the Army for, “Microbial Diversity Symposium - Celebrating 50+ Years.”

Javier Lloret, Research Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Great Pond Foundation for “Laying the Foundation for Island Coastal Pond Restoration.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Simons Foundation for, “MBL Methods in Computational Neuroscience Course.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Society for Developmental Biology for, “Embryology: Concepts & Techniques in Modern Developmental Biology Scholarship.”

Miguel Holmgren, NINDS Investigator and Whitman Scientist received a contract from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke/NIH/DHHS for “Squid Research Program Facilities & Materials Support Services.”

Josh Rosenthal, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, has received a grant from Korro Bio, Inc. for, “The Development of RNA Selection Technologies, and Adenosine Deaminase Protein Constructs for the Development of Nucleic Acid Editing Systems.”

Jen Morgan, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center received a grant from National Institutes of Health/DHHS for “Mechanisms of Synaptic Dysfunction in Parkinson’s and Other Synuclein-Linked Diseases.”

Roger Hanlon, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center received a grant from Office of Naval Research for “Octopus chemotactile sensing, sensorimotor integration and recruitment of arms during movement and object discrimination behaviors.”

Edward Rastetter, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation in collaboration with Trustees Of Columbia University In The City Of New York for “LTER: The Role of Biogeochemical and Community Openness in Governing Arctic Ecosystem.”

Josh Rosenthal, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, has received a grant from the National Science Foundation for, “Collaborative Research: Mechanisms underlying circatidal rhythms in Parhyale hawaiensis.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: The Potential Importance of Intracellular Nitrate Cycling in the Nitrogen Cycle in Marine Sediments.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund for “Molecular Mycology: Current Approaches to Fungal Pathogenesis Course.”

Anne Sylvester, Director of Research, received a contract from the Grass Foundation for “Grass Fellowship Program Coordinator 2022-2024.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Company of Biologists for “Scientific Meeting Grant.”

Gina Hebert, Director of Communications received a grant from the Cape Cod Foundation for “ƬƬ (MBL) Falmouth Forum Lecture Series.”

Jen Morgan, Senior Scientist and Director of the Bell Center, received a contract from Yumanity, Inc. for “Evaluation of SCD inhibitor in Lamprey aSynuclein Model.”

David Mark Welch, Senior Scientist and Director of the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from the Smithsonian Institution for “EOL Biodiversity Informatics.”

Abhishek Kumar, Imaging CZI Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, received a grant from The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for “Innovating New Imaging Technologies and Catalyzing Collaborations.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the National Science Foundation in collaboration with The American Society For Cell Biology for “RCN:LEAPS: Leveraging, Enhancing and Developing Biology (LED-BIO) Scientific Societies Shedding Light on Persistent Cultural Challenges.”

Jessica Mark Welch, Associate Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, has received a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health in collaboration with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Inc. for “Bayesian multivariate 3D spatial modeling for microbiome image analysis.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the William Townsend Porter Foundation for “William Townsend Porter Foundation – Scholarship Award.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from The Maxwell/Hanrahan Foundation, “To support an undergraduate student(s) to pursue summer field research at the MBL in 2022.”

Jonathan Henry, Senior Scientist in the Marine Resources Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “EDGE: Generating Tools to Study Spiralian Development.”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Controlled Environment Facilities for the Marine Biological Laboratory.”

Rudolf Oldenbourg, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center received a grant from The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for “Light Field Imaging Plugin for Napari.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund for “Embryology: Concepts and Techniques in Modern Developmental Biology.”

Loretta Roberson, Associate Scientist in the Bell Center received a grant from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce in collaboration with Two Docks Shellfish, LLC for “Enhancing Marine Aquaculture in the Tropical U.S.: Methods for sustainable commercial cultivation of shellfish and seaweed in Florida.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the “Blue Economy Internship Program (FY22).”

A. Murat Eren, MBL Fellow, in the Bay Paul Center received a National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement in collaboration with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for the “Center for Chemical Currencies of a Microbial Planet (C-CoMP).”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for, “Amplifying Equitable Student Pathways Through a Consortium Based Model.”

Rut Pedrosa Pamies, Research Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation in collaboration with the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) Inc. for “Time Series Particle Flux Measurements in the Sargasso Sea.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund for, “MoMY 25th Reunion Scientific Symposium.”

Jessica Mark Welch, Associate Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, has received a grant from National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research/NIH/DHHS in collaboration with Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children for “Metapangenomics of the Oral Microbiome.”

Josh Rosenthal, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, has received a NIH HEAL Initiative grant from the National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number U19NS126038 for, “Site-directed RNA editing of Nav1.7 as a novel analgesic.”

Josh Rosenthal, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, has received a grant from the National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R21NS125495 for, “Correction of mutations underlying alternating hemiplegia of childhood by site-directed RNA editing.”

Linda Amaral-Zettler, MBL Fellow, received a grant from the European Commission in collaboration with NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research for “AtlantECO.”

Jessica Mark Welch, Associate Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, has received a grant from National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: MIM: Learning how mucus shapes and maintains microbiomes.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences/NIH/DHHS for, “Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals: Hazards and Opportunities (ECHO).”

Anne Giblin, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a supplemental grant from the National Science Foundation for “LTER: Plum Island Ecosystems: Dynamics of Coastal Ecosystems in a Region of Rapid Climate Change, Sea-Level Rise, and Human Impacts.”

Inke Forbrich, Research Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the Office of Science/Department of Energy for “From tides to seasons: How cyclic tidal drivers and plant physiology interact to affect carbon cycling at the terrestrial-estuarine boundary.”

Jianwu Tang, Senior Scientist in the Ecosystems Center, received a grant from the National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: Plant phenology, local adaptation, and growing season length in the changing Arctic tundra.”

Marko Horb, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received an alternations and renovations supplemental grant from Office of Research Infrastructure Programs/NIH/DHHS for “National Xenopus Resource Center.”

Marko Horb, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, received an alternations and renovations supplemental grant from Office of Research Infrastructure Programs/NIH/DHHS for “Xenopus Mutant Resource.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the Davis Educational Foundation for, “Building on 25 Years of SES: The Next Generation of Undergraduate Programming at the MBL.”

Irina Arkhipova, Senior Scientist in the Bay Paul Center, has received an EAGER grant from the National Science Foundation for, “EAGER: Elucidating the basis of retrotransposon target preference.”

Josh Rosenthal, Senior Scientist in the Bell Center, has received an IMAGiNE grant from the National Science Foundation for, “RoL:NSF-BSF: IMAGiNE: Temperature acclimation through RNA editing.”

Linda Hyman, Director of Education, received a grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH/DHHS for, “Molecular Mycology: Current Approaches to Fungal Pathogenesis (MoMy) Training Course.”