À propos de GlycoNet
Comité des Finances et de Vérification
Comité des Nominations
Comité de Gestion de la Recherche
Conseil Scientifique (CS)
Comité de Commercialisation et du Legs
Comité pour l’Équité, la Diversité et l’Inclusion
Comité de Formation
Le Comité pour l'Équité, la Diversité et l'Inclusion facilite le développement et le maintien de partenariats collaboratifs au sein de GlycoNet pour créer une communauté dans laquelle les membres du groupe sont représentés et participent équitablement à tous les niveaux. Le Comité travaille à la mise en œuvre du plan d’équité, de diversité et d’inclusion du Réseau et à la sensibilisation à l’inclusion au sein de GlycoNet.
Le mandat du Comité pour l’EDI a été approuvé par le Conseil d'Administration le 8 juillet 2020. Lisez le message suivant du Président du Comité pour l’EDI:
Organizations that successfully embrace principles of equity, diversity, and inclusiveness (EDI) improve their creativity, productivity, and products. The Board of Directors of GlycoNet believes that, if we as a community support equity, diversity, and inclusiveness, we will improve the innovation and research outcomes within the network. Accordingly, the Board established the EDI Committee, which has representation from across the GlycoNet community and reports directly to the Board. Its mandate is broadly to recommend actions and programs that will enhance EDI throughout the network. Please read the le document sur les termes de référence et GlycoNet’s EDI Policy, and initiate discussions among your colleagues about what EDI means to you.
Nils O. Petersen,
Président, Comité pour l’EDI
Vice-président, Conseil d'Administration
Dr. Bohlmann holds academic appointments in the Department of Botany, the Department of Forest and Conservation Sciences, and is an Associate of the UBC Wine Research Centre. He is co-director of the UBC Genome Science and Technology (GSAT) graduate program. His research deals with the molecular biochemistry and biology of plant secondary metabolites, genomics of conifers, grapevines, and various medicinal plants, and plant defense against insects.
Dr. Petersen is a Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada. He currently serves as a member of three boards of not-for-profit organizations including Compute Canada, TECTERRA, and the Canadian Light Source (CLS) for which he is Chair of the Board. He recently finished terms as a member of the boards of ArboraNano, a Business-led NCE, the California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI), and the Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences, and as Chair of the Board of NSERC’s Strategic Network program BiopSys at the University of Toronto.
Norma has extensive experience over a 28-year career with Merck in Sales, Marketing, Strategic Planning, Corporate Affairs, Pharmacoeconomics, Health Education and Training, Government Relations, Operations and Policy and Patient Access. Most recently she was involved in developing and management of key partnerships for Merck in Health Information Technology, and Health Data Science along with Life Sciences Accelerators/Research collaborations.
Dr. Sipione is a professor in the Department of Pharmacology and in the Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute at the University of Alberta. She is also a member of the Group on the Molecular and Cellular Biology of Lipids at the University of Alberta. Dr. Sipione is a biochemist and a neurobiologist with a long-standing interest in neurodegeneration, Huntington’s disease (HD) and the role of lipids in the brain.
Jaime completed her B.Sc. at the University of Guelph in Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. In 2019, she began her Ph.D. in Biochemistry in Dr. Lynne Howell’s lab at the University of Toronto. Her current research involves understanding the pathogenesis of P. aeruginosa in immunocompromised individuals.
Dr. Wakarchuk is a Professor from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta. The Wakarchuk lab investigates the structure and function of the enzymes which make and degrade various glycoconjugates. This work has been enabling the chemo-enzymatic synthesis of bioactive glycoconjugates both in the laboratory and for industrial projects. The Wakarchuk lab has expertise with both mammalian and bacterial carbohydrate active enzymes for glycan remodelling applications.
Dr. Willis’ research group leverages glycobiology, microbiology, and immunology to address fundamental questions regarding the pivotal roles of glycans in human immune systems. Specifically, she is investigating how glycans are involved in population-specific autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, scleroderma, and rheumatoid arthritis. Her research group also studies the function of bacterial protein glycosylation and its influence on cellular homeostasis and environmental sensing in the microbiome.
Elizabeth is the CEO of GlycoNet. She was involved in the GlycoNet initiative since the Letter of Intent stage and served as the Associate Director, Business for the Alberta Glycomics Centre from 2007–2015. Prior to her position with the Centre, she worked as a manager of large-scale and multi-institutional projects with Genome Prairie. In addition to her PhD in biochemistry, Elizabeth has an MBA in biotechnology management.
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