Lab Members

Dr. Suzanne Strom

Suzanne Strom


  • University of Washington, Seattle, WA: Ph.D., Biological Oceanography, 1990
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA: M.A., Biology, 1983
  • Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT: B.A., Biology, 1981 (magna cum laude)

Research Interests:

  • Planktonic food web interactions
  • Role of planktonic organisms in marine biogeochemistry
  • Physiology, ecology and functional morphology of marine protozoa

Please see my Current Research link for more information.

Curriculum Vitae


Research Technologists

Kerri Fredrickson

Kerri Fredrickson



  • University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI: B.S., Biology 2000           
  • Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA: M.S., Biology, 2004

Primary Focus: 

Northern Gulf of Alaska Long Term Ecological Research





Graduate Students

Photo of Jaime

Jaime Blais



Jaime's thesis title: Distribution and abundance of Rhizaria in the northern Gulf of Alaska: amoeboid protists and their symbionts.

Photo of Katey

Katey Williams



Katey's thesis title: The ecological “budget” of Synechococcus: A comparison of the primary production and the vertical export of Synechococcus in the Northern Gulf of Alaska.


Strom Lab members, summer 2019
Tiglax cruise photo
Summer 202o lab photo