Welcome to the Bertozzi Group
The Bertozzi Group studies cell surface interactions that contribute to human health and disease with specific projects in the areas of cancer, inflammation and bacterial infection. We use the techniques of organic synthesis, genetics, and biochemistry as tools to study and manipulate complex cellular processes. Much of our research involves cell surface oligosaccharides, biopolymers that contribute to cell surface recognition and cell-cell communication. In addition to our work in the chemical biology of glycosylation, we have a program in biomaterials centered at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
7.21.2014 - The lab says goodbye to Anthony, best of luck.
6.27.2014 - The lab says goodbye to Karen Carkhuff who retired after 14 years with the Bertozzi Lab.
6.2.2014 - The lab welcomes chemistry graduate student Fred Tomlin to the lab.
6.2.2014 - The lab welcomes undergrad researches Sean & Ryan to the lab.
5.30.2014 - The lab says goodbye to Gabi and Ellie, best of luck.
5.18.2014 - Congratulations to our newest Ph.D.'s, Dr. Brendan Beahm, Dr. Gabriela de Almeida, and Dr. Ellie Smith.
5.18.2014 - Congratulations to the entire class of 2014 and especially our own undergrads Megumi, Angelo and Zach. This fall Megumi will begin her Fullbright fellowship, Angelo will begin graduate studies at the Scripps Research Institute and Zach will begin a research appointment.
5.8.2014 - The lab welcomes ChemBio graduate student Sam Keysler to the lab.