Craig Stephen is the Executive Director of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative. He received his DVM and PhD (Epidemiology) from the University of Saskatchewan. His academic interests involve the origin of environmental health surprises as well as as in adapting concepts and methods of health protection and promotion to fish and wildlife species. Prior to his current position, Craig served as the founding director of the Centre for Coastal Health. Craig is a Professor in the Department of Veterinary Microbiology (University of Saskatchewan), Clinical Professor in the the School of Population and Public Health (University of British Columbia) as well as an adjunct professor in three other departments of population medicine and biology.
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