Dr. Cooke is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair of Environmental Science and Biology at Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario), in the field of fish ecology and conservation physiology. Dr. Cooke is also an Adjunct Professor in the Biology Department at the University of Waterloo and an Affiliate Research Scientist at the Illinois Natural History Survey.
- Post-Doc (Killam and NSERC) Centre for Applied Conservation Research (2002-2005) - University of British Columbia
- Ph.D. Natural Resources Ecology and Conservation Biology (1999-2002) - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- M.Sc. Biology (1997-1999) - University of Waterloo
- B.ES. Environmental Studies and Biology (1993-1997) – University of Waterloo
Chair of the Science Advisor Committee for Ocean Tracking Network Canada
Chair of the Sea Lamprey Research Board of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission
Editor in Chief for Conservation Physiology (Oxford University Press)
Past President of the Canadian Aquatic Resources Section of the American Fisheries Society
Member of the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (representing AFS)
Member of the World Council of Fisheries Societies (representing Canada)
Handling Editor for Environmental Biology of Fishes and Journal of Animal Biotelemetry
Editorial Board for Fisheries Research and Ideas in Ecology and Evolution
Adjunct Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Waterloo
Research Associate in the Department of Forest Sciences and Conservation at the University of British Columbia
Affiliate Scientist at the Illinois Natural History Survey
Special Graduate Faculty at the University of Illiniois at Urbana-Champaign
Lab Publications (439)
Midwood, J.D., S.J. Kerr, P. Levick and S.J. Cooke. In Press. Muskellunge science and management: progress through partnerships. Environmental Biology of Fishes 00:000-000. (Conference Report)
Jeffrey, J.D., C.T. Hasler, J.M. Chapman, S.J. Cooke, and C.D. Suski. In press. Linking landscape-scale disturbances to stress and condition of fish: Implications for restoration and conservation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 00:000–000.
Struthers, D.P., A.J. Danylchuk, A.D.M. Wilson and S.J. Cooke. In Press. Action cameras: Bringing aquatic and fisheries research into view. Fisheries. 00:000-000.
Raby, G.D., S.M. Wilson, D.A. Patterson, S.G. Hinch, T.D. Clark, A.P. Farrell, and S.J. Cooke. In Press. A physiological comparison of three techniques for reviving sockeye salmon exposed to a severe capture stressor during upriver migration. Conservation Physiology 00:000-000.
Lennox R.J., K. Choi, P.M. Harrison, J.E. Paterson, T. Peat, T. Ward, and S.J. Cooke. In Press. Improving science-based invasive species management with physiological knowledge, concepts, and tools. Biological Invasions 00: 000-000.