Dr. Juan Ausio, BSc, PhD (Barcelona), Professor
Ph: 250-721-8863
Email: jausio@uvic.ca
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Biophysical and biochemical studies of DNA-protein interactions involved in chromatin assembly and gene expression.

Dr. Alisdair Boraston, BSc, PhD (Brit.Col.), Professor
Ph: 250-472-4168
Email: boraston@uvic.ca
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Protein-carbohydrate recognition using molecular biological, biochemical, biophysical, and structural methods.

Dr. Martin Boulanger, BSc, PhD (Brit.Col.), Professor
Ph: 250-721-7072
Email: mboulang@uvic.ca
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Structural basis of host-pathogen and vector-pathogen interactions; structure-guided design of small molecule therapeutics and vaccines.

Dr. Douglas Briant, BSc, MSc (Waterloo), PhD (Brit.Col.), Assistant Teaching Professor
Ph: 250-472-4458
Email: dbriant@uvic.ca
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Dr. John E. Burke, BSc (UC Berkeley), PhD (UC San Diego), Associate Professor
Ph: 250-721-8732
Email: jeburke@uvic.ca
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Structural and dynamic studies investigating the regulation of lipid signalling enzymes and their role in human disease.

Dr. Caroline Cameron, BSc, PhD (UVic), Professor
Ph: 250-853-3189
Email: caroc@uvic.ca
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Bioinformatic, genomic and proteomic approaches to studying the pathogenic mechanisms of spirochetes. 

Dr. Jennifer Cobb, BSc, PhD (Tennessee), Professor
Ph: 250-721-7080
Email: jencobb@uvic.ca 

Genome instability, nuclear organization, chromatin, and cancer initiation; Our current areas of investigation include DSB repair pathway choice during cellular aging using genetic, molecular biological, and biochemical approaches.

Dr. Stephen Evans, BSc, PhD (Brit.Col.), Professor and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Ph: 250-472-4548
Email: svevans@uvic.ca
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Structural biology of protein-carbohydrate recognition; x-ray crystallography and scientific visualisation.

Dr. David Goodlett, BSc, PhD (NCSU), Professor and Director of the UVIC Genome BC Proteomics Centre
Ph: 250-721-7242
Email: goodlett@uvic.ca 
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 Host-pathogen interactions; structure activity relationship of lipid A and lipopolysaccharide; microbial diagnostics; mass spectrometry-based technology and software development.

Dr. Caren Helbing, BSc (Hons)(Windsor), PhD (Western), Professor
Ph: 250-721-6146
Email: chelbing@uvic.ca
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Precision 'omics applied to aquatic sentinel and indicator species for human, wildlife and ecosystem health. Thyroid hormone signalling, amphibian metamorphosis, environmental pollutant effects on hormone action, environmental DNA.

Dr. Perry Howard, BSc (Waterloo), PhD (Toronto), Associate Professor and Chair of the Department
Ph: 250-721-7077
Email: bcmb@uvic.ca
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RNA processing in stem cells, Regulation of Pax6 by miRNA, and rewiring of tyrosine pathway in cancer.

Dr. Julian Lum, BSc, MSc, PhD (Ottawa), Associate Professor (Limited Term)
Ph: 250-519-5718
Email: jjlum@bccancer.bc.ca
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Immunometabolism; metabolic roles of autophagy in cancer and T cells, engineering T cells, immunotherapy, metabolomics

Dr. Brad Nelson, BSc (Hons) (UBC), PhD (California), Professor (Limited Term)
Ph: 250-519-5705
Email: bnelson@bccrc.ca
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Immune response to cancer, immunotherapy, T cell biology, cytokines, signal transduction and cell cycle regulation. Director of the Trev and Joyce Deeley Research Centre, BC Cancer Agency.

Dr. Christopher Nelson, BSc, PhD (Brit.Col.), Associate Professor
Ph: 250-853-3889
Email: cjn@uvic.ca
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Application of molecular and systems-biology approaches to the study of chromatin regulatory pathway in yeast and mammalian cells. Current areas of investigation include transcription, RNA metabolism and DNA repair pathways involved in normal and cancer biology.

Dr. Lisa Reynolds, BSc (Manchester), PhD (Edinburgh), Assistant Professor
Ph: 250-721-6658
Email: lisareynolds@uvic.ca
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Interactions between the microbiota, parasites, and immune cells at mucosal surfaces, during health or during states of allergic or infectious disease.