Adjunct faculty


Dr. Javier Alfaro, BSc (UVic), MSc (Dalhousie), PhD (University of Toronto)
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Ph:(+44) 7444-376002
Email: Javier.Alfaro@proteogenomics.ca
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Javier Alfaro is a computational immunologist focused on immunotherapy and vaccine science. He is interested in leveraging multi-omics to better understand how immune-systems interact with disease. These high-throughput datasets are then used to develop AI models with applications in Vaccine design in the context of Cancer and Emerging disease. 


Dr. N. Leigh Anderson, BA, PhD (Cambridge)
Adjunct Professor
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Human plasma proteomics and biomarkers of disease and quantitative mass spectrometry.


Dr. Jo Hobbs, BSc (Hons), PhD (Leeds)
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Email: jhobbs@uvic.ca 
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Molecular, cellular, and biochemical basis of antibiotice tolerance and resistance among Gram-positive clinical isolates.


Dr. Monica Palcic, BSc, MSc, PhD (Alberta)
Adjunct Professor
Ph:250-472-4548
Email: mpalcic@uvic.ca
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Structure, function and mechanisms of enzymes in glycome assembly and degradation.


Dr. Andrew Ross, BSc (Hons) (Surrey), PhD (UBC)
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Ph: 250-363-6800
Email: andrew.ross@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Dr. Ross's webpage
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Application of mass spectrometry and associated techniques to marine biogeochemistry and proteomics, including the identification of metal-binding compounds and modified proteins involved in stress, disease, and the biological uptake of essential trace elements.  


Dr. Scott Selleck, BA (U of Washington), MD/PhD (Washington U School of Medicine)
Adjunct Professor
Phone: 814-863-4655
Email: sbs24@psu.edu
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Our laboratory is interested in the signaling function of heparan sulfate modified co-receptors, their effects on autophagy, mitochondrial function, lipid catabolism and ultimately, their role in neurodegenerative disease.


Dr. Peter Watson, BA, MA, MB BChir (Cambridge), FRCP (Manitoba)
Adjunct Professor
Phone: 250-519-5700
Email: pwatson@bccancer.bc.ca
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Molecular genetics of breast cancer. Director of the Tumour Tissue Repository at the Deeley Cancer Research Centre, BC Cancer Agency.


Dr. John Webb, BSc, MSc, PhD (Western Ontario)
Adjunct Associate Professor
Phone: 250-519-5706
Email: jwebb@bccancer.bc.ca
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Cellular immunity and immune responses to peptide eptitopes, and vaccine development for cervical cancer.