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GlycoNet Investigator appointed as new dean for the Faculty of Science at Wilfrid Laurier University

Dr. Anthony Clarke begins his term to lead the Faculty of Science as its new dean on Aug 1, 2019.

Mid-year update: GlycoNet awards $885K in funding to seven projects to foster glycomics research translation

Projects seek solutions to health issues including heart disease, infections, cancer and diabetes

GlycoNet awards $500K to five research projects in Alberta

As the province’s leadership in glycomics research grows, investigators continue to work to answer important questions about human and animal health

Fighting Antibiotic Resistance

GlycoNet Researchers identify a possible target in the prevention and treatment of bacterial infections.

Indigenous diversity in science research

GlycoNet Investigator Dr. Jöerg Bohlmann and his mentee Olivia Baptiste bring inclusiveness to the forefront

Perspectives from the next generation of scientists

Four GlycoNet trainees discuss how glycomics research can change the face of healthcare

Highlights from the 2019 Canadian Glycomics Symposium

Putting Canadian leadership in translational glycomics research on display

Protein engineering enables better treatment for rare inherited metabolic disorders

GlycoNet researchers develop hybrid enzyme to unlock the potential of enzyme replacement therapy

GlycoNet welcomes three new Network Investigators

Drs. Chantelle Capicciotti, Samy Cecioni, and Lisa Willis further strengthen multidisciplinary expertise of the Network.

GlycoNet Investigator Molly Shoichet elected to Royal Society

GlycoNet Investigator and Professor at the University of Toronto, Molly Shoichet has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society, the U.K.’s national academy of sciences.

GlycoNet researchers win $500,000 at AmorChem KNOCK OUT competition

Drs. Alexey V. Pshezhetsky and Christopher Cairo awarded half a million dollars to advance research on inhibitors to treat cardiovascular and autoimmune diseases.

$20M in government funding brings new talent in carbohydrates research to Canada and U of A

Glycomics researcher Lara Mahal announced as Canada Excellence Research Chair.

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