Science at the interface of chemistry, biology, and materials science.
THE GODULA LAB RESEARCH
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!
The Godula lab is currently seeking to fill two postdoctoral positions in Chemical Glycobiology and Viral Glycoproteomics. For more information about the positions and how to apply, please see the hyperlinks below:
Chemical Glycobiology Viral Glycoproteomics
Congrats to Dr. Taryn Lucas on a great dissertation defense and successful PhD!
Austen and Greg develop a stem cell microarray for assesing signaling in enginnered glycan microenviroments. See their latest work here!
Congrats to Dr. Daniel Honigfort on a great dissertation defense and successful PhD!
Dan's latest work explores the effect of synthetic mucin mimetics on cell surface receptors interactions. Read the paper here!!
The Godula lab explores how display affects viral binding using machine learning techniques. Read our latest work here!!