Research highlights potential pathway for new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases
Catégorie : Points saillants de la recherche
Professor and GlycoNet Investigator Simonetta Sipione’s research awarded major grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Nuclear medicine researcher and GlycoNet Investigator Chris Phenix from the University of Saskatchewan has been awarded US$150,000 by The Michael J. Fox Foundation to develop diagnostic radiotracers for early detection of Parkinson’s Disease
GlycoNet researchers are identifying effective ways to prevent one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide
GlycoNet researchers propose new ways to tackle a rare, fatal genetic disease of children
Findings could lead to better treatments for cardiovascular disease—the second leading cause of death in Canada
The best technological innovations are inspired by nature.
GlycoNet researchers found more efficient ways to produce montbretin A, a potential anti-diabetes compound.
GlycoNet scientists are looking for clues in sugars to develop early diagnostics for breast cancer.
New research by Canada Excellence Research Chair in Glycomics points to new drug targets that could help reduce death rates and prevent future flu pandemics.