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The Godula Lab @ UCSD
Science at the interface of chemistry, biology, and materials science.
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Our research program in chemical glycobiology is broadly interested in gaining an understanding of how carbohydrates, or glycans, encode and transmit biological information at the boundary between cells and their environment. To achieve this objective, we are developing chemical and materials-based strategies to intercept, analyze and, ultimately, rewrite this information to accomplish desirable biological outcomes with an eye toward biomedical applications.

The Godula lab is currently looking for talented postdoctoral fellows!

Applicants interested in chemical glycobiology should contact Kamil (kgodula"at"ucsd.edu).

 

Latest News

June 2019

Congrats to Kamil and Adrian on a lifetime of happiness!!

Feburary 2019

See Sean and Kamil's latest review: "synthetic glycoscapes: addressing the structural and functional complexity of the glycocalyx". Read it here.

August 2019

The Godula lab enjoys some much need R&R and "bonding" with the 2019 Godula lab group trip. 

April 2019

In Dan and Michelle's spectator glycocalyx work, the cell surface gets crowded! Check out their latest publication here!

April 2019

In Dan and Michelle's spectator glycocalyx work, the cell surface gets crowded! Check out their latest publication here!

April 2019

In Dan and Michelle's spectator glycocalyx work, the cell surface gets crowded! Check out their latest publication here!

January 2019

Our latest paper on hepranoid bioconjugates in stem cell-matrix interfaces has been published! Find it here.  

March 2019

The Godula Lab attends the UC Chemical Symposium! Dan, Austen, and Bryce present their latest research.

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