Jeanine Morey, M.S., specializes in the application of bioinformatic and statistical analyses to study the impacts of natural and anthropogenic stressors on the cellular and molecular biology of marine organisms.
Throughout her career, she has combined her expertise in next-generation sequencing and other gene expression techniques in the laboratory with her ability to manage complex field sample collection efforts to answer important questions about protected marine mammal species. She has extensive laboratory experience and analyzes a wide variety of data sets. Prior to joining NMMF, Jeanine was a research biologist and laboratory manager with NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science for over 17 years. She has investigated the cellular and molecular biology of harmful algal species, toxicogenomic responses of model organisms to algal toxins and contaminants, and gene expression profiling of marine mammals.