EGC 2022 Webinar Recordings

Zach Armstrong Leiden University Activity based probes for alpha amylases


Tao Zhang, Leiden University Medical Center Glycosphingolipid delineates regulation of HLA class I-mediated immune responses


Danielle Dube, Bowdoin College, Maine Chemical tools to discover and target bacterial glycans


Jessica Kramer, University of Utah Synthetic mucins: from new chemical routes to engineered cells


Niclas Karlsson, Oslo Metropolitan University Mucin glycobiology in the joint: Relevance for Osteoarthritis


Theresa Kissel, Leiden University Medical Center Bitter Sweet Symphony: the role of variable domain glycans in autoimmunity


Alexandra Males, University of York Investigating the catalytic mechanism of mannogen processing enzymes


Yan Liu, Imperial Glycan microarrays to unravel microbe host interactions Yan Liu, Imperial


Tali Feferman, Weizmann institute The role of IgG Fc Glycosylation in Cancer and COVID-19


Alberto Fernández-Tejada, CIC bioGUNE Development of saponin-based synthetic adjuvants and molecular vaccines


Marshall Bern, VP in Protein Metrics Software for the Analysis of Protein Glycosylation


Frederique Lisacek, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics Dealing with the ambiguity of glycan structure data in glycoinformatics


Harry Brumer, University of British Columbia Adventures in the human gut microbiota: Characterization and applications of complex carbohydrate utilization systems


Simon Wisnovsky, University of British Columbia Revealing functional ligands for glycan-binding immune receptors with genome-wide CRISPR screening



Akul Mehta, The National Center for Functional Glycomics From Parallel Synthesis of Glycopeptides, to Glycan Arrays and Glycan Informatics



Radka Fahey, NIBRT Ireland Epigenetic regulation of glycosylation and the impact on chemoresistance in ovarian and breast cancer



Ana Arda, Center for Cooperative Research in Biosciences, Spain Molecular Recognition of Glycans and Glycoproteins by Lectins



Maggie Zheng, New York University, Modulation of Nucleotidyltransferases for Bacterial NDP-sugar Production