Hi, I’m Gabi!
I’m a PhD candidate in Marine Geology and Geophysics in the MIT-WHOI Joint Program, freelance science writer, and patient advocate.
My primary research is in the MIT McGee Lab, which focuses on ancient climate records. I study past rainfall changes in Mexico using stalagmites. Before grad school, I earned my BA in Earth and Oceanographic Science at Bowdoin College. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram to see what I’ve been up to in lab lately. I also have some info available about my major outreach projects.
I am passionate about science communication in all formats. I mostly focus on writing and editing, but I’m also getting started with videos. I would love to collaborate on a science communication project – feel free to get in touch with me!
Workshops and Speaking
My academic CV is available here, and my scicomm CV is available here (both updated Fall 2018). You can see what upcoming events I will be speaking at or attending here. I am available to give talks or facilitate workshops on social media, communicating about climate, or addressing issues of accessibility in STEM for people with disabilities.
My name is pronounced GAH-bee, not Gabby, because I’m Mexican-American and that is the pronunciation in Spanish. It’s the same “a” sound as taco and flan. I use both of my last names, without a hyphen (Ser-AH-toe Marks)! My pronouns are she/her/hers.