Chemistry seminar features UC-Berkeley researcher

Carolyn Bertozzi
Carolyn Bertozzi

The second presentation in Chemistry's Cliff S. Hamilton Award Seminar is noon today in the Nebraska Union Regency Room.

The seminar is led by Carolyn Bertozzi, a professor of chemistry at University of California, Berkeley, and an investigator for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. She completed her undergraduate degree in chemistry at Harvard University in 1988 and received her doctorate from Berkeley in 1993.

The seminar, "Bioorthogonal Chemistry for Glycoprofiling and Beyond," is free and open to the public.

Bertozzi also presented the first half of the seminar, "Sugar-Coated Cells: The Good News and the Bad News," on May 3.