The Center for Human Health Risk and partners at Hollings Marine Laboratory (HML)
offer many of the opportunities for scientists and students to be involved in research
focusing on environmental chemistry, human dimensions of coastal management, natural
products discovery, ecotoxicology, marine genomics, biological and chemical oceanography,
estuarine ecology, marine animal health, marine environmental specimen banking,
Graduate students enrolled at HML partners, the College of Charleston and the
Medical University of South Carolina or other high learning institutions may conduct
research at the HML if their
advisor is a Principal Scientist with CHHR or partners at the HML.
Undergraduate students can apply to conduct summer research within one of the many
internship programs offered by the NOAA,
CHHR, and HML Partners.
Researchers wishing to work with the CHHR or with partners at the HML should check
for job availability at
USA Jobs or HML partner institution websites.