Jesse Cook, MS, is a clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He established foundational Sleep research experience as an undergraduate research assistant in the late Dr. Richard Bootzin’s Sleep Research Laboratory at the University of Arizona. Since his initial introduction to Sleep research in 2011, Jesse has developed a voracious appetite for all things Sleep and Circadian research. The intersection of his love for Sleep and Circadian research and podcasts fuels his desire to provide engaging, educational, and entertaining episodes purposed to discuss the latest findings in Sleep and Circadian research.
Jesse has been a member of the Sleep Research Society (SRS) since 2013. Since joining the SRS, Jesse has served the SRS as a subcommittee member on the Trainee Education and Advisory Committee (2018-2019), committee member on the Trainee Education and Advisory Committee (2019-2021), Trainee Member At-Large Elect (2019-2020), Trainee Member At-Large (2020-2021), and member of the Board of Directors (2020-2021). Currently, Jesse serves on the Communications Committee.