Why it is important
Gastric cancer is one of the most lethal cancers. The Gastric Glyco Explorer (GGE) network will add to the fight against gastric cancer by providing more clues to the questions: Who will develop cancer? What can new cancer therapies attack? Why will the new treatment strategies work better than the old treatment?
What we do
The GGE network wishes to establish a platform of glycobiology research in order to use combined efforts to analyze gastric cancer from a glycobiological point of view.
1) Treatment of Gastric Cancer
Glycoproteins as potential drug targets, development of glycoprototypes
2) Detection and Diagnostics of Gastric Cancer
Glycoproteins as biomarkers, development of novel analytical techniques
3) Data simulations, proof of concept of molecular events in Gastric Cancer
Glycobioinformatics as source, development of databases for proof of concept simulations
Who we are
GGE is an EU-funded initial training network for young talented researchers that want to develop a career within science. At the moment 14 ambitious persons are positioned at key research sites within glycobiology throughout Europe. The young researchers here have the opportunity to enrich their skills through hands-on experimental training and supervision from renowned scientist within the glycobiology field. During three years of training each young researcher will gain international experience by participating in transnational lab rotations, workshops and conferences organized among the six collaborating European countries.
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Oct 19 2016
Two new publications.
Both in Methods Mol Biol;
High-throughput analysis of N-glycans
Oct 18 2016
welcome to the GGE team. Coralie Williams is recruited as an ESR to join partner Ariana.
Oct 6 2016
Publications by GGE network members for this year has reached double figures. The latest on Mirage Guidelines published in Glycobiology.
Mar 9 2016
Publication by GGE network members in Frontiers in Oncology, Glycomic Approaches for the Discovery of Targets in Gastrointestinal Cancer. Article
Dec 22 2015
Collaborative GGE network publication in Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Glycomic analysis of gastric carcinoma cells discloses glycans as modulators of RON receptor tyrosine kinase activation in cancer. Article
Sep 4 2015
Publication by GGE network members in Integrative Biology, Automated, high-throughput serum glycoprofiling platform. Article
Aug 26 2015
Publication by GGE network members in Nature Reviews, Glycosylation in cancer: mechanisms and clinical implications.Article
Aug 4 2015
GGE network members presenting data at Glyco23, 23rd INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GLYCOCONJUGATES.Talks
Jun 1 2015
One month on the GGE project. Welcome Dr. Qiujin Shen new ER who joined partner 9 May 1st.
Mar 18 2015
GGE in the RoadMap describing glycoscience research activity within Europe
Roadmap for Glycoscience in Europe
Mar 9 2015
GGE in the news
Sahlgrenska Science Park
Interview with ESR Yolanda Mthembu
Jan 7 2015
Dr. Karol Polom,
welcome to the GGE team. Dr. Karol Polom is recruited as an ER to join partner 8.
Oct 24 2014
Research by GGE partners one and two
At the cover of Global Medical Discovery
Oct 23 2014
Honorary doctorate lecture by Prof Pauline Rudd (NIBRT), Gothenburg, Sweden
Sept 15-19 2014
Recombinant Glycoprotein workshop, Gothenburg, Sweden
Aug 4-6 2014
Complementary skills I workshop, NIBRT, Ireland
May 12-16 2014
Glycobioinformatics workshop, Geneva, Switzerland
Nov 25-29 2013
GlycoAnalytics Workshop, NIBRT, Ireland
S&T Advisory Board Meeting
Thursday June 27
GGE now on
Friday May 24
Kickoff meeting in Göteborg
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