Graduate Student's Research Recognized as Most-Read in Prestigious Chemistry Journal


An article written by Foods for Health Institute-affiliated graduate student Charles Nwosu was featured as one of the most read articles of Q2 in the Journal of Proteome Research. Nwosu is a Chemistry Ph.D. student at Davis and is currently working in Dr. Carlito Lebrilla's lab. It is a well-deserved honor for his co-authored article, "Simultaneous and Extensive Site-specific N- and O-Glycosylation Analysis in Protein Mixtures," to be recognized as one of the top read articles in one of the most highly-regarded journals in chemistry. 

Nwosu began studying glycoproteins when he joined Dr. Lebrilla's lab in 2007. His recent research has been focused on developing new methods and improving well-established methods of characterizing glycosylation in proteins. 

Read our interview with Charles and learn more about his research; or, read the full article from the Journal of Proteome Research