Welcome to the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) at the University of Georgia.

The CCRC occupies an ~140,000 sq.ft. building specifically designed for the interdisciplinary and equipment-intensive nature of carbohydrate science. The Center is organized to optimize cooperation and collaboration among disciplines (biomedical glycoscience, plant and microbial glycoscience, synthetic and analytical chemistry), and to provide analytical services and training, both within the CCRC and to university, government, and industrial laboratories world-wide. Our faculty have research programs that span multiple research domains, which provides our students with a breadth of opportunities in their professional training and research.



Lance Wells and Linda Zhao receive a nod from GlycoNet for their US/Canadian collaboration with Chantelle Capicciotti and Matthew Macauley on Siglec binding. See canadianglycomics.ca for the full article.

Upcoming Seminars

March 3"Sequential in vitro enzymatic N-glycoprotein modification reveals site-specific rates of glycoenzyme processing"3:30pmTrevor Adams, Eriksson Lecture SeriesCCRC Auditorium
April 21"The sphingolipid anteome: implications for the origin and evolution of the sphingolipid metabolic pathway"4:00pmTony FutermanCCRC Auditorium
April 26"Structure and mechanism of ER-luminal enzymes involved in glycosylation"12:30pmKaspar LocherCCRC Auditorium
April 28Eriksson Lecture Series4:00pmHseh-Fu Wu & Arya VenkatCCRC Auditorium