Fellows are distinguished scientists who work independently on their own projects or provide expertise in fields of study requested by the Board. To apply to become a Fellow is through a nomination to the Board by a current Director, Fellow or Associate.
Dan Esler PhD
Dr. Esler is a research biologist with the US government (USGS) in Alaska, and an Adjunct Professor with the Centre for Wildlife Ecology at Simon Fraser University. His work has appeared in scientific journals, and featured in newspaper, radio, and television outlets.
Eric Anderson PhD
Dr. Anderson is an Instructor in the Department of Renewable Resources at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. His interests are in the research of marine bird ecology and conservation, and in teaching applied ecology.
Professor Isabelle Côté
Dr. Côté is a marine biologist and professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University where her research is linked to marine conservation such as marine protected areas, coral reefs and invasive species.
Professor Larry Dill
Dr. Dill is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. His research interests concern the role of predation in marine ecosystems.
Professor Richard Rawlins PhD, HCLD (ABB)
Dr. Rawlins is a Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology at Rush Medical College, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago. He is also an adjunct Professor of Comparative Medicine at the University of Puerto Rico. He specializes in preimplantation embryology, primate reproductive physiology and population biology.
Professor John Reynolds
Dr. Reynolds is the Tom Buell BC Leadership Chair in Salmon Conservation and a Professor of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University. His interests are in the conservation and ecology of Pacific salmon and their ecosystems.
Professor Andrew Trites
Dr. Trites is a Professor and Director of the Marine Mammal Research Unit at the University of British Columbia. His interests are in the research of marine mammals and public outreach of science.
Cliff Robinson PhD
Dr. Robinson is a consulting biologist in British Columbia with an interest in the role small fish in marine ecosystems. He brings over 20 years of experience as a Marine Scientist with Parks Canada and as an Associate Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria.