Dr. Cook-Shimanek has published on a variety of occupational and prevention focused topics:

1.    Esswein, E. J., Retzer, K., King, B., & Cook-Shimanek, M. (2016). Occupational Health and Safety Aspects of Oil and Gas Extraction. In D. Kaden & T. Rose (Eds.), Environmental and Health Issues in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development (pp. 93-104): Elsevier.
2.    Cook-Shimanek, M., Van Dyke, M., & Towle, M. (2015). FAQ: Oil and Gas Extraction Occupational Health and Safety Surveillance, from https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/sites/default/files/DC_Env_Oil-and-gas_FAQ.pdf
3.    Cook-Shimanek, M., Burns, E. K., & Levinson, A. H. (2013). Medicinal nicotine nonuse: smokers’ rationales for past behavior and intentions to try medicinal nicotine in a future quit attempt. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 15 (11), 1926-1933. 
4.    Caverly, T., Prochazka, A., Cook-Shimanek, M., Pawlak, M., & Stickrath, C. (2013). Weighing the potential harms of computed tomography – patient survey. JAMA Internal Medicine, 173 (7), 588-590.
5.    Cook-Shimanek, M. (2012). Traumatic Brain Injury. In J. Hellier, The Brain, Nervous System, and Its Diseases: An Encyclopedia of Neuroscience and Neurology. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
6.    Huff, L., Chang, C., Thomas, J., Cook-Shimanek, M., Blomquist, P., Konnikov, N., et al. (2012). Defining an acceptable period of time from melanoma biopsy to excision. Derm Reports, 4(2), 4-7.