Current Lab Members
Ph.D., Biochemistry, University of Delaware, 1997.
B.S., Chemistry, University of Delaware, 1986.
Research Interests: Biochemical and molecular ecology of harmful algal bloom species; development of biological indicators
Stephen Craig Cary, Ph.D.
University of Delaware
College of Earth, Ocean, and EnvironmentS
chool of Marine Science and Policy
Ph.D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography
M.S., San Diego State University
B.S., Florida Institute of Technology
Research Interests: Comparative physiology, biochemistry and ecology of microbial communities, with a focus on free-living syntrophic bacterial associations in extreme environments including hydrothermal vents and Antarctic soils.
Research Interests: Isolation and characterization of bacterial algicide that induces programmed cell death in dinoflagellates.
Research Interests: Development and validation of molecular methods for accurate quantitative detection of microbial species in natural water samples.
|Former Lab Members|
Jennifer J. Stewart, Ph.D.
NSF SEES Fellow
Jen received her Ph.D. in 2011 in Marine Biosciences and is currently emplyed as an Associate Scientist at UD School of Marine Science and Policy.
Kevin Portune, Ph.D.
Kevin completed his Ph.D. in Marine Biosciences from the University of Delaware. He is currently teaching microbiology and molecular biology at the Instituto de Empresa, in Segovia, Spain.
Lauren Salvitti, M.S.
Lauren completed her M.S. in Marine Biosciences at the University of Delaware in 2010 and worked as a research assistant in our lab. She is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Waikato, NZ, investigating symbiotic bacteria in toxic sea slugs.
Colleen Bianco, M. S.
Colleen completed her M.S. in Marine Biosciences in 2013. She is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Illinois.
Josee Nina Bouchard, Ph.D.
Josee worked as a postdoctoral research in Coyne's lab at the University of Delaware in 2011 - 2012. She is currently employed by a private company in Fort Myers, FL.
Katherine Lee, MS
Katherine completed her M.S. in Marine Biosciences at the University of Delaware in Spring, 2012.