Welcome to SfG

The Society for Glycobiology is a non-profit scholarly society devoted to the pursuit of knowledge among scientists worldwide. 

The objectives of the society are to promote knowledge, encourage research, educate young scientists and stimulate personal communication in an inter-disciplinary sense, using as the common meeting ground an interest in the complex carbohydrates of glycoproteins, glycolipids, glycosaminoglycans, and the biological systems in which they are found. 


Carolyn BertozziThe Society for Glycobiology cordially congratulates Carolyn Bertozzi with the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry which was awarded to her, together with Morten Meldal and Barry Sharpless! 

The Society is proud and happy for Carolyn, one of our most celebrated and illustrious members who made exceptional contributions in the field of Glycobiology. We wish Carolyn all the best and every success in her future scientific endeavors. The Society for Glycobiology Board of Directors. 

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Benefits of Membership

As a FASEB member society, SfG members have access to a wide network of policy, advocacy and networking activities. 

SfG membership benefits include online subscription to Glycobiology, conference registration discounts, access to Travel Awards and more!

Individuals with professional interests in glycobiology are invited to join the Society. 


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Glycobiology

Established as the leading journal in the field, Glycobiology provides a unique forum dedicated to research into the biological functions of glycans, including glycoproteins, glycolipids, proteoglycans and free oligosaccharides, and on proteins that specifically interact with glycans.

Glycobiology is essential reading for researchers in biomedicine, basic science, and the biotechnology industries.                             

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