Announcements

  • Graduate Student Cuong Hieu Le Receives Graduate Award

    The UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre would like to congratulate Graduate Student Cuong Hieu Le for being awarded the "University of Victoria Graduate Award" from the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

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    Congratulations Cuong!
  • UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre Receives Funding for First Step in Designing Drugs to Treat Prion and Prion-Like Diseases

    The UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre has received funding from PrioNet Canada for research into designing drugs to treat Prion and Prion-like diseases.

    "Dr. Christoph Borchers, Director of the University of Victoria-Genome BC Proteomics Centre, is collaborating with researchers from the University of Alberta and University of Western Ontario to characterize the changes that occur to the three-dimensional structure of prion fibrils (small, nerve-like fibers) as well as the molecular mechanisms that lead to those changes. Using a combination of protein chemistry and mass spectrometry, he is working to explain what occurs when a ‘good’ prion protein changes to a ‘bad’ one during disease development."

    The official press release can be viewed here
  • BCPN Job Posting

    The British Columbia Proteomics Network (BCPN) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Mass Spectrometry Service Trainee (MSST). The MSST will work mostly in Vancouver, Burnaby, and Victoria to aid BCPN laboratories with repairs to their Mass Spec instruments, LCs and spotters. Details can be found here
  • The UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre Unveils a New Research Platform Focusing on the Newly Acquired Agilent 6490 Ion Funnel Mass Spectrometer

    With the aid of a newly acquired Agilent 6490 Ion Funnel Mass Spectrometer, the first in Canada, UVic Genome BC has announced a new research platform focusing on the detection of human biomarker proteins. Details can be found in the Genome BC Press Release
  • Congratulations to Jennifer Reid

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    Congratulations to our Graduate Student Jennifer Reid for the successful defence of her Masters Thesis "Development of a Mass Spectrometry-Based Assay for Measurement of Angiotensin I and Plasma Renin Activity to Diagnose Secondary Hypertension" in December.