The Sinnhuber Aquatic Research Laboratory (SARL) is the central facility of the Aquatic Biomedical Models Facility Core (as well as Project 3 - Systems Approach to Define Toxicity of Complex PAH Mixtures with SRP). SARL is a unique national and international resource that continues to grow in size and capabilities. Home of the Zebrafish biomedical Research
The John L. Fryer Aquatic Animal Health Laboratory is a state-of-the-art research facility designed with freshwater aquatic animal health investigators in mind. The facility is available to all researchers from any institution and has the unique capability to house research on infectious aquatic diseases and temperature related studies. The lab’s technical staff offer an array of services to support researcher’s projects at the AAHL.
Part of the Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station with locations in Newport and Astoria. Also affiliated with the OSU Department of Food Science & Technology.
The laboratory conducts research on coastal and nearshore processes involving: wave-structure interaction, nearshore hydrodynamics and sediment transportation, marine renewable energy, tsunami and coastal hazards, fixed and floating structures. Through our work we deliver research, testing, and education and outreach opportunities to improve the resilience and sustainability of coastal areas, and to develop innovative solutions to the design of coastal infrastructure.
The facility was built for aquaculture research and is unique on the West Coast. The uniqueness of this building has facilitated obtaining grants worth many millions over the years, including high profile projects such as the state-sponsored Molluscan Broodstock Program (MBP), dulse culture, and a $3.5m grant from BP to work on the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) spill.