Cameron Laboratory, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
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RESEARCH

Spirochete Research

Understanding the mechanisms of pathogenesis of Treponema pallidum and Leptospira spp.

Vaccine Development

Translating basic research into novel vaccine candidates.

Diagnostics

Identification and production of new diagnostic antigens.

LAB NEWS

Graduate Student Karen Lithgow wins Provost’s Advocacy and Activism Award

Graduate Student Karen Lithgow wins Provost’s Advocacy and Activism Award

Congratulations to Ms. Karen Lithgow and fellow recipients for winning the Provost’s Advocacy and Activism Award in Equity and Diversity.

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Experts call STDs in America “a public health crisis”

Experts call STDs in America “a public health crisis”

Rates of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia reach record high. This was announced at the STD Prevention Conference, August, 2018. Please see link attached below for...

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Welcome New Undergraduates- Fall 2018

Welcome New Undergraduates- Fall 2018

The Cameron Lab is excited to welcome our new undergraduates: Emily Tsao, Ben Jiang and Sarah Mustafa.

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From the Laboratory

Microscope Videos

Staff From Cameron Laboratory

Meet the Team

Caroline E. Cameron
Caroline E. Cameron
Ph.D.
Dr. Caroline Cameron is a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology at the University of Victoria in Victoria BC, Canada, and...
Simon Houston
Simon Houston
Ph.D., Research Associate
Simon is a Research Associate in the laboratory of Dr. Caroline Cameron in the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology at the University of...
Karen Lithgow
Karen Lithgow
Graduate Student
Karen received her Bachelor’s Degree in microbiology and immunology at the University of Alberta and is currently a PhD candidate. Karen’s...
Alloysius Martin Gomez
Alloysius Martin Gomez
Laboratory Manager
Alloysius is originally from Malaysia and obtained his BSc from the University of Victoria. He has always been fascinated by STIs because of the...
Brigette Church
Brigette Church
Graduate Student
After 7 years as an acute care nurse Brigette went back to UVic to finish her microbiology degree and pursue her passion for studying infectious...