the huang lab
We are an interdisciplinary group of chemists, biologists, chemical biologists, at Scripps Research in Jupiter, FL. We are ultimately interested in unraveling the roles glycan biomolecules play in regulating important biological events. Given the structural complexity of these molecules, part of our mission is to develop methods and tools to facilitate glycoscience. These efforts take us into the realms of chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology. We aim to use the information garnered by our research to impact biomedicine.
Door open at Scripps in Jupiter, FL! Lab setup begins
Welcome to Tim O'Leary, newest Research Associate! Back in DC for the NICHD DBSVB Career Development Workshop!
First annual GlycoTrivia! Tim and Geno share the Amazon gift card prize!
Jonathan and Noah present their work during the summer. Noah wins a prize for his poster presentation!
We celebrate the Lunar New Year with some dim sum! Welcome to Juliana Simpson, our newest intern from PBSC!
Welcome to Dr. Weichao Li, newest postdoc in the Lab! We also had a blast at the Graduate Recruitment Weekend.
We are now fully operational! Welcome to our newest postdoc, Sourav Chatterjee.
We welcome Noah Bartfield from Florida State University as our NSF-REU Intern!
Tesia's essay for "Tales of the Postdoc" is featured in C&E News!
Welcome to Tesia Stephenson (postdoc) and Rick Hawkins (research associate)!
Welcome to rotation student Geno Cho, who received his BS degree from UC San Diego!
Mia presents our latest work at the World Molecular Engineering Network in Cabo.
We welcomeJonathan Hung from Suncoast High School as our Kenan Fellow Intern!
EJ, WL, and TO head to the CCRC Glycomics Workshop! Molecular Medicine and Junior Faculty Retreat!