Services and Training
Analytical Services and Training courses attracted over 500 virtual participants this year
Glycomics and Glycoproteomics
Glycomics-directed glycoproteomics highlights essential role of glycans in SARS-CoV-2 Spike interactions with human ACE2 receptor
NIH Graduate Training Program in Glycoscience supports 21 graduate students in over 15 different laboratories
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.
The 2024 GGS will be held at the CCRC in Athens, GA over two days, Wednesday, May 1 and Thursday, May 2. Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day. Opportunities for poster presentations and for brief talks selected from among the poster abstracts will be available .
Additional information, as well as instructions for registration and abstract submission, can be found at the GGS Symposium website.
GlycoNMR Summit – Dec. 5-7, 2023
Link to register:
Congratulations to graduate student Bibi Zhou, who was awarded the 2023 Dr. Joy Porter Williams Fellowship in Microbiology
Bibi Zhou is part of Dr. Christine Szymanski’s research team. To learn more about Zhou’s research, go to “Bacterial chemotaxis in human diseases” in Trends in Microbiology
|"Origin, heterogeneity, and function of pancreatic cancer associated fibroblasts"
|"Metabolic dysfunction and altered glycosylation converge to drive pathology in CDG"
|"Targeting novel DNA repair mechanisms to improve tumor response to topoisomerase inhibitors"
|"The fates of cells: mitochondrial stress dictates the outcome"
|"Arabidopsis thaliana RHAMNOSE 1 condensate formation drives UDP-rhamnose synthesis"
|"Molecularly imprinted nanoparticles (MINPS) as highly selective artificial receptors and enzymes"
|"Decoding the intestinal epithelium injury, regeneration, and malnutrition"
|"Toward improved understanding and intervention in classic galactosemia"
|May 1-May 2
|GEORGIA GLYCOSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM 2024
|Each Day (details soon)