Professor Sascha Hooker FRSE

Professor of Marine Ecology, University of St Andrews

Professor Sascha Hooker is a marine scientist with wide interests in wildlife ecology, conservation, and environmental sustainability. Using technological tools such as animal-attached tags or analyses of tissue isotope signatures, she studies how and where animals feed, the physiology underpinning this, and implications for marine conservation decision-making. Sascha has been awarded a Canadian Commonwealth Fellowship, a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship and the ZSL Marsh Award for Marine and Freshwater Conservation. She has worked half-time since 2004, becoming a passionate advocate for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion within academia, and directing her department to Gold Athena Swan Award status.

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