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Helbing Lab

Research Interests

Molecular basis for thyroid hormone action in metamorphosis

Research Area

Tadpole metamorphosis, transcriptomics, proteomics, endocrine disruptors

Current Members

Helbing, Caren C (Principal Investigator/Director)

Additional Information

Our busy lab focuses our creativity on understanding the molecular basis of health and disease, on fundamental mechanisms of how hormones work, how environmental contaminants disrupt hormone action, and what biological molecules can tell us about species in the environment and the impact of pollution and climate change.


Institution: University of Victoria

Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
PO Box 3055 STN CSC
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia
V8W 3P6, Canada

Web Page:

Personal Phone: 250-721-6146

General/Lab Phone: 250-721-7086

General/Lab Phone: 250-721-7075