The Schwieterman lab is committed to maintaining an inclusive, supportive, and welcoming environment for all lab members. We condemn the institutional racism that exists in academia, and are committed to dismantling the discriminatory biases within ourselves and in the broader STEM community. We encourage individuals across all ethnic, racial, religious, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic, caregiver and family commitment, political affiliation, age, and disability identities to join our team. Together, through our diverse perspectives and experiences, we can creatively tackle complex environmental problems.

Who We Are

Gail Schwieterman, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Marine Science, University of Maine, Orono

email: gail.schwieterman “at”
Phone: 507.222.4402
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Currently Looking for Graduate Students!

I am currently recruiting 1-2 graduate students to explore how coastal fishes are responding to multiple stressors. There is a lot of flexibility in the exact project, but I am interested in assessing blood oxygen affinity, multi-level stressors, and incorporating natural variability into in-lab experimental protocols. Preference is for PhD students already possessing a Master’s degree.