Dr. Caroline Cameron

Dr. Caroline Cameron is a professor in the Biochemistry and Microbiology Department at UVic who studies the diseases of spirochetes, a type of uniquely spiral shaped microorganisms, including the causative agents of syphilis and leptospirosis. The work in Dr. Cameron's lab primarly focuses on understanding the pathogenesis of treponema pallidum, the causative agent of syphilis, and identifying novel candidates to improve diagnostics and develop a vaccine for this disease.

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Karen Lithgow
Sandra Roy

Sandra Roy is a PhD candidate in the Chemistry Department at UVic as well as a Senior Laboratory Instructor. Her work focuses on combining her passion for teaching with the technical instrumental expertise developed throughout her experiences working for the National Defence and her years of research at UVic. 

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Karen Lithgow
Megan Adams

 Megan Adams is a PhD candidate in laboratory of Dr. Chris Darimont in the Department of Geography at UVic. Megan's research focuses on studying the bear-salmon-human system in temperate coastal rainforests, and is incredibly passionate about her research and promoting interactions between academic institutions, communities, and resource managers.

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Elena Liles

UVic Women in Science presents an interview series highlighting women in the scientific community on Vancouver Island. Here, we target women who are brainy, creative, and passionate. Elena Liles exemplifies these characteristics and is an undergraduate student in the Department of Chemistry at UVic!

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Karen Lithgow