Our latest paper "Augmenting vaccine immunogenicity through the use of natural human anti-rhamnose antibodies" DOI: 10.1021/acschembio.8b00312 in collaboration with the Wall group has been published in ACS Chemical Biology. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acschembio.8b00312?journalCode=acbcct
Former PhD student Dr. SriKumar Veleti has accepted a postilion as a TD Module and Integrated Yield Engineer (Process Development) at Intel.
Former PhD student Dr. Francis Umesiri recently accepted a faculty position at Wheaton College
The group would like to congratulate our undergraduate researchers Natalie Schulte, Kyle Meyer, and Michaelangelo Zullo on receiving Summer Research and Creative Activities Program Awards. In addition, Kyle Meyer received a Henry R. Kreider Scholarship from the Chemistry & Biochemistry Dept and was selected for the Klar Leadership Academy
The group is happy to welcome undergraduate student Mr. Michaelangelo Zullo to the lab.
Synthesis of Oligosaccharide Components of the Outer Core Domain of P. aeruginosaLipopolysaccharide Using a Multifunctional Hydroquinone-Derived Reducing-End Capping Group
Abhishek Vartak, Fatma M. Hefny, and Steven J. Sucheck
Publication Date (Web): December 29, 2017 (Letter)
Catching up on 2017 News. Dr. Sri Kumar's book chapter Glycoconjugate-Based Inhibitors of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis GlgE was published in Coupling and Decoupling of Diverse Molecular Units in Glycosciences. Our first international patent on "Xenoantigen-displaying anti-cancer vaccines and method of making" was issued in Australia AU2017201649 (A1) with other countries pending. Contact Katherine Pollard for licencing .
The group is happy to welcome Natalie, a junior undergraduate researcher, to the lab.
Mr. Kyle Meyer joined the lab this Summer Kyle and is a Pre-Med., B.S. Biochemistry major.
This semester Mr. Grace Irumva Joined the lab as a PhD pre-candidate.