Canada’s leading source for Proteomics Research Services and Technology Development
About the PCPC
The Pan-Canadian Proteomics Centre is a multi-node integrated Platform for Comprehensive, Innovative, Translational Proteomics Research in Canada.
The PCPC combines the research and service strengths of four world class proteomic facilities: the University of Victoria (UVic)-Genome BC Proteomics Centre; the University of British Columbia Proteomics Core Facility, directed by Dr. Leonard Foster; The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) SPARC BioCentre, directed by Dr. Michael Moran; and the Segal Cancer Proteomics Centre at McGill University, directed by Dr. Christoph Borchers.
Our services include an exceptional breadth and quality of the most highly sought-after proteomics technologies, covering applications in areas such as health, agriculture, forestry, energy, and environment. Our proven service model is business-like in its operations but collaborative in its service offerings - a signature of the PCPC. Some of our most popular service offerings include: