Medicinal and Supramolecular Chemistry


Recognition-driven chemical biology

Epigenetic drug development

Post-translational modifications and the proteins that read them are cutting-edge drug targets.


Proteomics, Diagnostics and Novel Assays

We develop new research tools and analytical methods using recognition-based approaches.  (Antibodies – meh.)


High-throughput Supramolecular Chemistry

Parallel and high-throughput methods fuel fundamental discoveries about recognition in water and other complex fluids.


What’s New?

Karen Wooley’s public lecture inspired a spontaneous lab tour for a group of Girl Scouts/Guides. Becky & Meagan gave them a close-up look at the marvels of @UVicCAMTEC and @chemistryatuvic research.

Fave comment: “wait, the research actually happens THIS late at night?” (9:00pm)

Full house of scientists and members of the public (including a healthy contingent of Girl Scouts!) for Karen Wooley’s @uvic @chemistryatuvic Landsdowne lecture on sustainability and polymers.

Great example of #scicomm for the public—The most important thing we do.

#ChemTwitter is a great way to celebrate (grants, tenure, promotion, student awards, papers) and commiserate (see above)—Sharing experiences to build community.

No grants today, but I did reclaim the group minigolf title. So I got that going for me...

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