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We stand at the frontiers of chemistry and biology, developing small molecules as chemical tools to understand and modulate complex biological systems. We utilize synthetic chemistry, biochemistry, and state-of-the art mass spectrometry to elucidate the structure, dynamics, and reactivity of poorly characterized, previously "undruggable" members of the proteome with pathological implications (e.g. cancer, diabetes, infectious diseases). 

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Check out this awesome pre-print on bioRxiv with the Boygo Lab! Congrats to Daniel (and all authors)!

February 17, 2022


A solid study by Franco and Matt! Great to be a part of this collaboration! Check back soon for the published version.


Congrats, Brittney and Nan, on publishing this exciting review in IJC!

February 14, 2022


Our review on serine hydrolase activity-based probes and their application for the Wolf Prize special issue of IJC is now online!


Congrats, Anton and Daniel (and all authors), on publishing the latest addition of the cepafungin series in ACS Central Science!

February 1, 2022


Check out these cool-looking structures if you haven't already. As always, it's been a pleasure to collab with Hans and his group!

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Lab Culture

We strive to make our lab a family by cultivating a fun yet hardworking lab environment. We regularly partake in lab events, such lab dinners and team-building activities.

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