About us


The mission of the CAMTEC - Biomedical Core is to facilitate cutting-edge research in the life sciences by providing expert training and scientific support, advanced instrumentation and shared research space. 

We make research possible for people from many academic disciplines, technology driven companies, startups, individual entrepreneurs, and community groups. We train, help design experiments, provide ongoing support and troubleshooting, and help make connections to other academic experts and technical resources when needed. We also enrich the training of UVic students and researchers by fostering connections to community partners where appropriate. The overall goal of our facility is to open new research areas and to build new capabilities for UVic and for our clients.

Our People

Dr. Jeremy E. Wulff is the Canada Research Chair (tier II) in Bioactive Small Molecule Synthesis, and a Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Career Scholar. His research interests lie at the intersection between organic synthesis and bio-analytical chemistry, and he has several years’ experience in tissue culture and antiproliferative assays.

Rebecca Hof has a BSc (Honors) from the University of Alberta in the area of Molecular Genetics. Rebecca specializes in protein expression and purification, protein biochemistry, assay development, and tissue culture.

Krystyn Dubicki has a B.Sc in Biochemistry from the University of Victoria and a M.Sc in Chemistry from the University of Alberta. Having returned to UVic, she is excited to bring her wide range of skills and abilities to the Biomedical Core Facility. Krystyn is particularly fond of flow cytometry and bioconjugate reactions.

Jeremy E. Wulff

Rebecca Hof

Lab Manager
Krystyn Dubicki

Facility Associate