The CCRC trains undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral research
associates, and visiting scientists from the U.S. and around the world in the
principles, methods, and analytical techniques used to study complex carbohydrates.
Short-term trainees may enroll in one or more of the four one-week training glycobiology courses
the CCRC offers every summer for scientists in academic, governmental, or industrial laboratories.
These varied hands-on training in glycobiology are supported in part by fees from participants and
by funds from the US Department of Energy and the US National Institutes of Health.
Further information about training opportunities at the CCRC can be
obtained by following the links on the left or/and
email Dr. Parastoo Azadi at firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 706-583-0629.
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Courses for Techniques for characterization of complex carbohydrate
Course 1 ,
Techniques for Characterization of Carbohydrate Structure of Polysaccharides
- Polysaccharide Course (July 25-29, 2016).
Course 2 ,
Separation and Characterization of Glycoprotein and Glycolipid Oligosaccharides
- Glycoprotein Course (Aug 1-5, 2016).
Course 3 ,
Analytical Techniques for Structural Analysis of Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs).
(Aug 8-11, 2016).
Course 4 ,
Mass Spectrometry of Glycoproteins (Oct 10-11, 2016). The mass spectrometry training course will focus on the analysis of glycoproteins by mass spectrometric techniques.