The goal of the Common Fund’s Glycoscience program is to create new resources, tools, and method to make the study of glycans (sugars) more accessible to the broader research community. Below are videos from researchers supported by the Glycoscience program who want to collaborate and help you add glycoscience methods to your research! Researchers are encouraged to watch the videos and contact the interviewees to start exploring the powerful field of glycobiology!

 

  • Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi from Standford University discusses her research which focuses on combining glycobiology and mass spectrometry
  • Dr. Greet-Jan Boons from the University of Georgia discusses his research which focuses on the development of automated platforms for the enzyme-mediated assembly of glycans
  • Dr. Richard Cummings from Harvard University discusses his research which is focused on creating smart anti-glycan recognizing reagents
  • Dr. Alexei Demchenko from the University of Missouri discusses his research which is focused on developing new automated methods to build glycans
  • Dr. Catherine Leimkuler Grimes from the University of Delaware discusses her research which aims to use glycobiology to better understand bacteria and the human microbiome
  • Dr. Nicola Pohl from Indiana University discusses her research focused on creating easier automated methods to make glycans
  • Dr. Rene Razinger from the University of Georgia explains how to use the Common Fund Glycoscience program web portal GlyGen.Org
    • Dr. Robert Woods from the University of Georgia discusses his research which focuses on molecular modeling tools for glycobiology research

    This page last reviewed on July 22, 2019