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.
12.20.2016 - The lab says goodbye to Dr. Frances Rodriguez-Rivera (best of luck at Merck) and Dr. Elliot Woods (best of luck at Emory University).
8.1.2016 - The lab welcomes our new postdoctoral researcher Yi-Chang.
7.31.2016 - The lab says goodbye to Dr. Peter Robinson, best of luck at Enable Biosciences.
6.20.2016 - The lab welcomes our new postdoctoral researchers Ryan Flynn and Stacy Malaker.
6.13.2016 - The lab says goodbye to Christina and Justin, best of luck as they start their independent labs at Harvard and Dan Farber Cancer Institute.
6.3.2016 - The lab says goodbye to Marjoke, best of luck at Lily.
6.1.2016 - Check out France's paper Click-EM for imaging metabolically tagged nonprotein biomolecules in Nat. Chem. Bio.
4.10.2016 - The Bertozzi group welcomes our new graduate students, Benjie, Corleone, Kayvon, and Melissa.
3.21.2016 - The Bertozzi group welcomes our new lab manager Meridee Mannino.
3.1.2016 - The Bertozzi group welcomes postdoctoral fellow Ulla Gerling-Driessen to the lab.
3.1.2016 - Check out Cheng-ting and Peter's paper Ultrasensitive antibody detection by agglutination-PCR (ADAP) in ACS Central Science.
1.4.2016 - The Bertozzi group welcomes postdoctoral fellow Ben Schumann to the lab.
12.14.2015 - Check out Elliot and Nathan's paper Glycocalyx engineering with a recycling glycopolymer that increases cell survival in vivo in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl.
12.01.2015 - The lab says goodbye to Petyon, best of luck at Illumina.