AlumniPh.D. Students - AlumniPost Doctoral Fellows - Alumni  (2014)
Email = graham.d.raby (at) gmail.com
2009-2014: Ph.D. in Biology, Carleton University (Ottawa, ON).
2009 – B.Sc. Honours Environmental & Resource Science, Trent University (Peterborough, ON).
Undergraduate thesis title (supervised by Dr. Michael Fox): Prey selection, consumption rate, and impacts on native benthic fishes of an invasive fish species, the round goby (Neogobius melanostomus), in its expansion phase in the Trent River, Ontario
2014: Ontaio Graduate Scholarship holder
2011-2014 – NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship holder
Lab Publications (31)
Cooke, S.J., M.J. Lawrence, G.D. Raby, A.K. Teffer, K.M. Jeffries, A.J. Danylchuk and T.D. Clark. In Press. Comment on Duman et al. 2019 – Practices for drawing blood samples from Teleost fish. North American Journal of Aquaculture. North American Journal of Aquaculture. 00:000-000.
Hasler CT, Raby G, Chretien E, Stockwell M, Cooke SJ, Rechisky E, Welch D, Sopinka N, and N Mandrak. In Press. Reflections on the legends of Canadian fisheries science and management. Fisheries 00:000–000.
Brownscombe JW, E Ledee, GD Raby, DP Struthers, LFG Gutowsky, VM Nguyen, N Young, MJW Stokesbury, CM Holbrook, TO Brenden, CS Vandergoot, KJ Murchie, K Whoriskey, J Mills-Flemming, S. Kessel, CC Krueger, and SJ Cooke. 2019. Conducting and interpreting fish telemetry studies: Considerations for researchers and resource managers. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29:369-400.
Lennox RJ, Brownscombe JW, Elvidge CK, Harrison P, Peiman K, Raby GD, Cooke SJ. In Press. Behaviour including fish migration. Chapter 7 in Woo P, Iwama GK (eds), Non Infectious Fish Disorders. CABI Publishing Group, pp 000-000.
Cook, K.V., S.G. Hinch, S.M. Drenner, G.D. Raby, D.A. Patterson and S.J. Cooke. 2019. Dermal injuries caused by a purse seine capture result in lasting physiological disturbances in coho salmon. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 227:75-83.
Raby, G.D., L.F.G. Gutowsky, and M.G. Fox. 2010. Diet composition and consumption rate in round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in its expansion phase in the Trent River, Ontario. Environmental Biology of Fishes 89:143-150 [pdf, 271 KB]