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.
6.10.2013 - The lab says welcomes our new graduate student, Elliot Woods.
5.29.2013 - Congratulations to Mason on passing his qualifying exam!
5.25.2013 - The lab says goodbye to our undergrad Yisu Han - best of luck in grad school at MIT
5.14.2013 - The lab welcomes our newest graduate student Mireille Kamariza.
5.13.2013 - Congratulations to Dr. Pam Thompson on her new position at MedImmune.
4.24.2013 - Congratulations to Frances on passing her qualifying exam!
4.11.2013 - Congratulations to Ioannis on passing his qualifying exam!
4.1.2013 - The lab says goodbye to Dr. Kanna Palaniappan - best of luck!
3.25.2013 - The lab says goodbye to Prof. Ben Swarts - best of luck at Central Michigan University!
3.1.2013 - The lab welcomes our new graduate rotation students Allegra Aron and Mireille Kamariza.
2.20.2013 - Congratulations to Nathan on passing his qualifying exam!
2.13.2013 - Congratulations to David on passing his qualifying exam!