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Robert Woodward obtained his BA in chemistry (2006) and his BS in biology (2006) from The Ohio State University. D. in organic chemistry at The Ohio State University. His research focuses on the applications of synthesis for studying complex biological processes such as polysaccharide biosynthesis and oligosaccharide transfer. D. (2002) from the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at The Ohio State University. His research has focused on 53 54 Enzymatic Synthesis of Complex Carbohydrates the total synthesis of natural products, as well as on the structure–activity relationship study of glycolipids, the antigens of a newly discovered subpopulation of T cells, natural killer T cells.
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