• MRM Assays Developed for 73 Human Plasma Proteins

    One of our goals is to develop a rapid, sensitive, and specific method for detection and quantitation of proteins. The result of which is the development of MRM based assays for proteins in plasma. To see a list of proteins for which such assays have been successfully developed, please click here.
  • Graduate students receive travel award to the 2nd CNPN Symposium in Montréal

    Elizabeth Clemis and Jennifer Reid have been awarded $1000 to help offset travel costs for the upcoming 2nd CNPN Symposium - New Frontiers in Proteomic Research in Montréal on May 9-11, 2010. This funding is made available by the British Columbia Proteomics Network (BCPN) travel award program as well as a contribution from Genome BC. The BCPN is a Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research-supported research platform.

    Congratulations Liz and Jen!!

    Click here for more information on the CNPN Symposium.

  • Dominik Domanski Receives CSMS Travel Award

    dominikdominik The Canadian Society for Mass Spectrometry has awarded Dominik a travel grant to attend the 22nd Annual Tandem Mass Spectrometry Workshop in Lake Louise on December 2-5th 2009. The award is $2,000 and will be presented to Dominik by MDS/Sciex, the award sponser, and Dr. Michael Siu, President of the CSMS.

    Congratulations Dominik!!

    Dominik joined the Proteomics Centre in September 2008 as a post doctorate fellow. He completed Ph.D studies with Dr. Caren Helbing at the University of Victoria.

    Click here for more information on the CSMS Lake Louise Workshop on Tandem Mass Spectrometry

  • Graduate student Liz Clemis recipient of several awards


    Travel and Research Grants Awarded to Liz Clemis

    Although Liz has been with the Proteomics Centre for less than a year, she has already accumulated more than $6,000 in awards that will help her attend conferences related to her studies. Liz is working towards building an integrated platform for MALDI tissue imaging.

  • UVic-Genome BC Proteomics Centre awarded $625,500 from Western Economic Diversification

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    Federal Investment Strengthens Life Sciences Sector
    June 25, 2009 Victoria, British Columbia

    Today, Andrew Saxton, Parliamentary Secretary to the President of the Treasury Board on behalf of the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification announced federal support for the University of Victoria's Genome BC Proteomics Centre to enhance its research, analytical and training services.

    "This investment will further strengthen the University of Victoria's Genome BC Proteomics Centre's position as an international leader in life sciences," said Mr. Saxton. "Our Government is taking action to support research and innovation in order to build a more competitive Canadian economy."