As the new year approaches, here is a look back at some of the most exciting advances from GlycoNet researchers in 2019.
Since its launch in 2015, GlycoNet has committed to research and training activities across Canada, striving to deliver concrete solutions to health issues.
Trainees will receive support to advance their professional development and promote their research activities
GlycoNet s’est associé avec Apprentis en biosciences pour accueillir des étudiants du secondaire dans le cadre d’un programme de recherche d’une durée d’une semaine à l’Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS).
Dr. Anthony Clarke begins his term to lead the Faculty of Science as its new dean on Aug 1, 2019.
GlycoNet Investigator Dr. Jöerg Bohlmann and his mentee Olivia Baptiste bring inclusiveness to the forefront
Four GlycoNet trainees discuss how glycomics research can change the face of healthcare
Putting Canadian leadership in translational glycomics research on display
Drs. Chantelle Capicciotti, Samy Cecioni, and Lisa Willis further strengthen multidisciplinary expertise of the Network.
By Ali Chou “We need to encourage girls and women to be confident; […] we need to support their growth, enthusiasm, and their participation in science.” In her lab in Edmonton, Alberta, Dr. Lori West, a GlycoNet Investigator, is overseeing the analysis of biological samples from pediatric heart transplant patients and preparing to send the […]