Jessica J. Taylor

Jessica received her MSc in Biology from Carleton University in 2012 where she studied the effects of oxidative stress on sockeye salmon in the Fraser River. She rejoined the Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Lab in 2016 as a lab manager and research biologist and provides support for graduate student projects and assists with grant writing and coordination. Jessica is also a project manager at the Canadian Centre for Evidence Based Conservation and conducts evidence syntheses, including systematic reviews and systematic maps, under the guidance of the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) for clients in Canada including Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Parks Canada, and Environment and Climate Change Canada as well as abroad in Sweden and the United Kingdom. Jessica is an endorsed CEE trainer and since 2017 has been the Communications Officer for the CEE. In 2018, Jessica stepped in as the Secretary of the CEE Board of Trustees.