Welcome to the Friscourt Lab!!
The Friscourt Lab is a research group in Chemical Biology at the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology from the CNRS and University of Bordeaux, France.
We aim at unravelling the functional roles of mammalian complex glycans (chains of monosaccharides) by exploiting organic chemistry to develop novel tools that can probe them in living systems.
For this purpose, our team employs combined chemical, enzymatic, biochemical and cell imaging approaches to develop novel glycomics technologies.
11/17/2023 - Zoeisha gave an impressive talk on the development of functional glycomics ... - [Read more]
11/01/2023 - Our new lab member, Ameyric Lavalade is a 2nd year student in Chemistry at ... - [Read more]
09/07/2023 - Our group has been awarded a prematuration grant from the University of Bordeaux ... - [Read more]
09/01/2023 - Congratulations to Luka, who got a highly competitive national PhD scholarship (MESRI) and is starting his PhD within the group... - [Read more]
07/09/2023 - Very excited to present our Chemical Glycobiology projects at the Eurocarb21 ... - [Read more]
06/19/2023 - Very excited to present our Chemical Glycobiology projects at the Canceropole GSO ... - [Read more]
05/12/2023 - Very excited to present our Chemical Glycobiology projects at the 3rd Young Investigator Workshop of the European Chemical Society, Life Science division ... - [Read more]
04/26/2023 - Special seminar in Chemical Biology in honor of L. Kiessling @ IECB ... - [Read more]
04/11/2023 - Welcome - Our new lab member, Lea Jarlet... - [Read more]
04/04/2023 - Zoeisha gave an excellent talk on the importance of glycans at the ISM ... - [Read more]
03/30/2023 - Well done Tarek for a great PhD Defense!! ... - [Read more]
01/16/2023 - Welcome - Our new lab member, Luka Perrin... - [Read more]
01/09/2023 - Welcome - Our new lab member, Mathilde Willigens... - [Read more]
12/14/2022 - Our latest publication is a review in Israel Journal of Chemistry in a special issue to celebrate Carolyn Bertozzi's selection...- [Read more]
12/01/2022 - Check out the special issue on Click & Bioorthogonal Chemistry in ACS Chem. Biol. celebrating the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, whcih features our paper on the impact of bioorthogonal reporters on neuraminidases activity... - [Read more]
We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the following agencies and institutions