• Genome BC Receives $50 Million in Provincial Funding

    The Province of British Columbia has announced that $50 million of funding will be provided to Genome BC for it's 2010 to 2015 business plan. The announcement was made by the Minister of Advanced Education Murray Coell at the Vancouver Island Technology Park and included a tour of the UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre.

  • Unifying Canadian Proteomics

    A group of 25 members of the proteomics community gathered at the CPI 2008 meeting to discuss the amalgamation of existing Canadian proteomics organizations and initiatives into a national not-for profit organization encompassing proteomics across Canada with members from all facets of the proteomics field.

  • UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre Receives Genome Canada Technology Development Competition Award

    The UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre has received $1 million in funding from Genome Canada’s Technology Development Competition for “MS-based Structural Proteomics for Drug Discovery and Design.” A total of $9.37 million was awarded to 13 proposals to improve existing genomics and proteomics processes, or develop new technologies and techniques.

  • Western Economic Diversification Canada Provides Funding for Metabolomics

    Western Economic Diversification Canada, a department of the Government of Canada, has awarded $600,000 to the UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre. The announcement was made at the Vancouver Island Technology Park by the Honourable Rona Ambrose, President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of Western Economic Diversification.

  • "Phosphoproteome analysis of Leishmania donovani development" funded by the Israeli Ministry of Health

    Collaborators at the Israeli Institute of Technology have been awarded funding for a three year project to profile the phosphoproteome during early stage of development of the human parasitic protozoan L. donovani.

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