Division of Carbohydrate Chemistry


Claude S. Hudson Award Recipients

C. S. Hudson 1946 F. J. Bates 1947

No award in 1948 F. W. Zerban 1949

W. B. Newkirk 1950  W. D. Horne 1951

M. L. Wolfrom 1952 G. P. Meade 1953

H. S. Isbell 1954 K. R. Brown 1955

J. M. D. Brown 1956 J. K. Dale 1957

H. O. L. Fischer 1958 P. W. Pigman 1959

R. L. Whistler 1960 J. C. Sowden 1961

F. Smith 1962 N. K. Richtmyer 1963

D. French 1964 C. G. Caldwell 1965 

R. U. Lemieux 1966 W.Z. Hassid 1967

H. G. Fletcher Jr. 1968 J. K. N. Jones 1969 

N. F. Kennedy 1970 R. S. Tipson 1971

D. Horton 1972 R. W. Jeanloz 1973

W. W. Binkley 1974 H. W. Baer 1975

S. M. Cantor 1976 J. J. Fox 1977

M. Heidelberger 1978 A. S. Perlin 1979

G. A. Jeffrey 1980 C. E. Ballou 1981

S. Hanessian 1982 B. Lindberg 1983

L. Anderson 1984 H. Paulsen 1985

G. O. Aspinall 1986 S. J. Angyal 1987

L. Hough 1988 W. A. Szarek 1989

B. O. Fraser-Reid 1990 P. J. Garegg 1991

A. Kobata 1992 I. J. Goldstein 1993

J. F. Vliegenthart 1994 T. Ogawa 1995


After 1995 award is given every other year. 


S. J. Danishefsky 1997 Chi-Huey Wong 1999

Y. C. Lee 2001 R. J. Linhardt 2003

D. R. Bundle 2005 P. Sinay 2007

P. H. Seeberger 2009 R. Schmidt 2011

L. L. Kiessling 2013 G.-J. Boons 2015

D. Crich 2017 

Public Notice - 2017

The annual Tax Return and books of the U.S. Advisory Commmittee for the International Carbohydrate Symposia Inc., for 2016 are available for public inspection.  Contact Peter Andreana.  (USPS - 04/08/2017 - 0001191488).

254th National Meeting Countdown - Washington, DC


255th National Meeting Countdown - New Orleans, LA

29th International Carbohydrate Symposium, Lisbon Portugal

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Congratulations to Prof. Carolyn Bertozzi on recieving the 2017 ACS Arthur C. Cope Award.  For more information please see this link!

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The 2017 winner of the Hudson Award is David Crich, Schaap Professor of Organic Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.

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Election Results

Congratulations are in order for:

Peter Andreana has won Chair Elect

David Crich and George O'Doherty have won Member-At-Large

David Crich has won Awards Committee

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The inaugural Derek Horton Award in Industrial Carbohydrate Chemistry has been won by Dr. Francesco Berti representing GSK Glycoconjugate Vaccine Group in Siena, Italy.

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Congratulations to Prof. Carolyn Bertozzi on becoming a 2016 ACS Fellow.

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The CARB Division wants to congratulate winners of the following 2016 CARB Division Awards:

Melville L. Wolfrom Award - Xuefei Huang, Michigan State University

Horace S. Isbell Award - Laura K. Mahal, New York University

David Y. Gin Young Investigator Award - Zhongping Tan, University of Colorado, Boulder 

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The Roy L. Whistler International Award in Carbohydrate Chemistry for 2016 goes to Professor Benjamin G. Davis, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, UK.

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The International Carbohydrate Organization is delighted to announce that the Young Researcher Award for 2016 has been awarded to Dr Benjamin Swarts, Central Michigan University, USA.

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Congradulations are in order for Dr. Geert-Jan Boons, Distinguished Professor in Biochemical Sciences at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center and The University of Georgia, who has received the 2016 Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award from the American Chemical Society for seminal contributions to glycoscience by developing novel methods for oligosaccharide assembly, preparation of important glycoconjugates, and their use in biological studies.

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Check out the Division's Fall 2017 Newsletter!

Ideas for Future Carbohydrate Division Symposia

If you have ideas for future Carbohydrate Division symposia, these can be directed to Steven J. Sucheck, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Toledo, OH 43606 USA. Phone: 1-419-530-1930  Email: steve.sucheck@utoledo.edu

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