An international leader in synthetic carbohydrate chemistry and the Canada Research Chair in carbohydrate chemistry, Todd Lowary is riding a well-deserved wave of success following the official opening of the Canadian Glycomics Network (GlycoNet), part of the federal Networks of Centre of Excellence.
A unique approach to studying drug combinations has given GlycoNet researchers an exciting lead in the search for new drugs to treat Staphylococcus aureus.
The Canadian Glycomics Network (GlycoNet), Canada’s first national research network focused on the study of glycomics, has awarded 17 research grants totaling more than $9.6 million.
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David Bundle will be honoured at a symposium July 16 and 17 for his achievements as one of the world’s foremost authorities in carbohydrate chemistry.
The announcement was made on July 1 and recognizes Mark’s outstanding achievements in the pharmaceutical industry and for his public engagement in health policy and research.
The ASTech Awards recognize outstanding innovation in science and technology in Alberta. Dr. Lowary was named thanks to his instrumental role in furthering glycomics research through the creation of the Canadian Glycomics Network (GlycoNet).
The prestigious Gold Leaf Awards recognize biotechnology excellence and are given annually to recognize both companies and individuals who have made significant contributions to the biotech industry in Canada
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