Workshops, Conferences, Presentations and Short Courses Since 2011

  1. CONFERENCE: “Selective protection strategies and the unique reactivity of glycosyl iodides provide a powerful platform for glycolipid analog synthesis,” Presenter, Abstracts of Papers, 241st ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Anaheim, CA, March 27-31, 2011.
  2. PRESENTATION: International Seminar “HIV Vaccines and Adjuvants”, Invited Speaker, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, March 2011, ~100 Attendees.
  3. PRESENTATION: International Seminar, National Illan University, Taiwan “Development of Chemically Defined Vaccines Targeting HIV Infection and Cancer,” Invited Speaker, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, May 30, 2011.
  4. SHORT COURSE: International Workshop, Academia Sinica, Taiwan “Publishing in American Chemical Society Journals”, Presenter, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Spring 2011.
  5. CONFERENCE: National Organic Symposium UC Davis, Journal of Organic Chemistry “Multivalent Mimotopes as a Vaccine Strategy”, Invited Speaker, University of California, Davis, July 22, 2011.
  6. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Development of Vaccines Targeting Cancer”, Invited Speaker, UC Davis School of Medicine, October 28, 2011.
  7. PRESENTATION: Lawrence Livermore National Lab “Synthesis of Structurally Defined Biomolecules that Mimic and Modulate Molecular Recognition”, Invited Speaker, Lawrence Livermore, January 26, 2012.
  8. CONFERENCE: Abstracts of Papers, 243rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition, “Synthesis and biological evaluation of cholesteryl glycosides correlated with H. pylori infection”, Invited Speaker, San Diego, CA, March 25-29, 2012.
  9. CONFERENCE: Abstracts of Papers, 243rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition,”Combining selective acetylation and glycosyl iodide cyclic ether glycosylation to achieve brief syntheses of functionalized oligosaccharides”, Invited Speaker, San Diego, CA, March 25-29, 2012.
  10. SHORT COURSE: International Workshop, Academia Sinica, Taiwan “Publishing in American Chemical Society Journals”, Presenter, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Spring 2012.
  11. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Molecular Vaccines Targeting HIV and Cancer”, Presenter, UCLA, California, June 28, 2012.
  12. CONFERENCE: Gordon Research Conference, “Stereochemistry in Glycolipodomics”, Invited Speaker, July 29-August 2, 2012.
  13. CONFERENCE: Peptoid Conference Molecular Foundry, Berkeley “Solution Phase Conformation and Proteolytic Stability of Amide-Linked Neuraminic Acid Analogues”, Invited Speaker, Berkeley, California, August 9-10, 2012.
  14. WORKSHOP: National Workshop, National Institutes of Health, Mentoring New Faculty, Mentor, Participant, Dallas, Texas, June 25-27, 2012.
  15. CONFERENCE: Abstracts of Papers, 244th ACS National Meeting & Exposition,”Recent advances in glycolipidomic profiling of pathogenic processes”, Invited Speaker, Philadelphia, PA, August 19-23, 2012.
  16. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Role of Academia in Precompetitive Technology Development”, Invited Speaker, Council Chemical Research Symposium, University of Pennsylvania, June 13, 2013.
  17. CONFERENCE: “Integrating Regioselective Silyl Exchange Technology (ReSET) and Glycosyl Iodide Glycosylation to Achieve Step-Economical Syntheses of Tumor-Associated Carbohydrate Antigens (TACAs) and Immunogenic Glycolipids”, Presenter, Hsiao- Wu Hsieh, graduate student, 43rd National Organic Symposium, University of Washington, Washington D.C., June 23-27, 2013.
  18. CONFERENCE: “Series of partially O-acetylated N-acetyl neuraminic acid (Neu5Ac) using Regioselective Silyl Exchange Technology (ReSET)”, Presenter, Simon Park, graduate student, 43rd National Organic Symposium, University of Washington, Washington D.C., June 23-27, 2013.
  19. PRESENTATION: Seminar,”Role of Academia in Precompetitive Technology Development”, Invited Speaker, Pfizer – Groton, Connecticut, MA, September 18, 2013.
  20. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Role of Academia in Precompetitive Technology Development”, Invited Speaker, Merck, New Jersey, March 9, 2014.
  21. CONFERENCE: “Integrating Regioselective Silyl Exchange Technology (ReSET) and Glycosyl Iodide Glycosylation to Achieve Step-Economical Syntheses of Tumor-Associated Carbohydrate Antigens (TACAs) and Immunogenic Glycolipids”, Presenter, Hsiao- Wu Hsieh, graduate student, R. Bryan Miller Symposium, Davis, CA, March 14, 2014.
  22. CONFERENCE: “Design and Synthesis of Multivalent Mimotope Constructs as Potential HIV-1 Vaccine Candidates via Cu(I)-Catalyzed Azide-Alkyne 1,3 Dipolar Cycloaddition”, Presenter, Jessica Hoch, graduate student, R. Bryan Miller Symposium, Davis, CA, March 14, 2014.
  23. CONFERENCE: “Series of partially O-acetylated N-acetyl neuraminic acid (Neu5Ac) using Regioselective Silyl Exchange Technology (ReSET)”, Presenter, Simon Park, graduate student, R. Bryan Miller Symposium, Davis, CA, March 14, 2014.
  24. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Glycosyl Iodides: A Powerful Tool for Efficient Synthesis of Glycoconjugates”, Invited Speaker, NIH Glycoscience Day, Bethesda, Maryland, May 19, 2014.
  25. PRESENTATION: Seminar,”Role of Academia in Precompetitive Technology Development”, Invited Speaker, Council Chemical Research Workshop, Alexandria, VA, May 23, 2014.
  26. CONFERENCE: “Step-Economical Syntheses of Tumor-Associated Carbohydrate Antigens (TACAs) and Immunogenic Glycolipids Using ReSET and Glycosyl Iodide Glycosylation, Poster number: CARB-42, Presenter, Hsiao-Wu Hsieh, graduate student, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 11, 2014.
  27. CONFERENCE: “Series of partially O-acetylated N-acetyl neuraminic acid (Neu5Ac) using regioselective silyl exchange technology (ReSET)”, Presenter, Simon Park, graduate student, American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 12, 2014.
  28. CONFERENCE: “Synthesis of á-Cholesteryl-6-Phosphatidyl Glucose a Helicobacter pylori Immunogenic Glucoside”, Presenter, Huy Nguyen, graduate student, R. Bryan Miller Symposium, Davis, CA, March 14, 2014.
  29. CONFERENCE: “Recent Advances in Sialic Acid (Neu5Ac) Chemistry”, Presenter, Simon Park, Graduate Student, Miller Symposium, UC Davis, March 6, 2015, ~200 Attendees.
  30. CONFERENCE: “Using ReSET and Sialosyl Iodide Glycosylation to Develop Chemical Probes to Study Sialic Acid (Neu5Ac) Biochemistry”, Invited Speaker, Simon Park, Graduate Student, Carbohydrates Gordon Research Conference, Mount Snow, Vermont, June 14-19, 2015, ~150 Attendees.
  31. WORKSHOP: Spectroscopic Solutions Workshop, Participant, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Center for Biophotonics, August 2, 2015, ~100 Attendees.
  32. CONFERENCE: “Biological roles of steryl glycosides within the context of an integrated chemical ecology”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay Hague, Pacifichem 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii, December 15-20, 2015, ~5000 Attendees.
  33. CONFERENCE: “Synthesis of Steryl Glycoside Analogs to Study Glycolipid Biology”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, ACS 2016, San Diego, CA, March 13-17, 2016, ~100 Attendees.
  34. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Understanding the Global Commerce of Glycolipids”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Academia Sinica Institute of Biological Chemistry, Taipei, Taiwan, April 27, 2016, ~200 Attendees.
  35. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Understanding the Global Commerce of Glycolipids”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, University of San Augustin, Iloilo, Philippines, April 12, 2016, ~200 Attendees.
  36. CONFERENCE: “The Basics of Tea: Tea and People”, Participant, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Global Tea Initiative Symposium, UC DAvis, May 12, 2016, ~300 Attendees.
  37. CONFERENCE: 1st Annual GlycoNet AGM & Canadian Glycomics Symposium, Participant, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Scientific Advisory Board, Banff, Canada, May 14-20, 2016, ~300 Attendees.
  38. CONFERENCE: Fall ACS, Participant, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Philadelphia, PA, August 21-25, 2016, ~10000 Attendees.
  39. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Studies Toward Understanding the Global Commerce of Glycolipids”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, University of Maryland, Department of Chemistry, Baltimore, MD, September 8, 2016, ~200 Attendees.
  40. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Chemistry Discovery Complex Big Idea”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay- Hague, UC Davis Benefactors, UC Davis Welcome Center, October 31, 2016, ~500 Attendees.
  41. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “The California Tea Project”, Invited Speaker, UCCE Master Gardeners of El Dorado County, Placerville, CA, November 17, 2016, ~150 Attendees.
  42. CONFERENCE: “The Sensory Aspects of Tea: Taste, Smell, Sight, Hearing, and Touch”, Participant, UC Davis Global Tea Initiative 2nd Annual Colloquium, U Davis Welcome Center, January 19, 2017, ~300 Attendees.
  43. CONFERENCE: “Metabolomic Studies of Glycolipids in Tea (Camellia sinensis)”, Presenter, Crystal Ye, Graduate Student, Annual Winston Ko Public Lecture Series, Frontiers of Mathematical and Physical Sciences Symposium, February 9, 2017, ~100 Attendees.
  44. CONFERENCE: “Si NMR Characterization of Carbohydrates”, Presenter, Andras Domokos, Graduate Student, Miller Symposium, UC Davis, March 16, 2017, ~200 Attendees.
  45. CONFERENCE: “Tracing the geographical origin of tea (Camellia sinensis) by multi-element stable isotope analysis”, Presenter, Crystal Ye, Graduate Student, Miller Symposium, UC Davis, March 16, 2017, ~200 Attendees.
  46. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “CA Tea Project: A Journey from 1862 to the 21st Century”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay Hague, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Taipei, Taiwan, April 26, 2017, ~100 Attendees.
  47. CONFERENCE: 2nd Annual GlycoNet AGM & Canadian Glycomics Symposium, Participant, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Scientific Advisory Board, Banff, Canada, May 8-12, 2017, ~200 Attendees.
  48. CONFERENCE: UC ANR Tea Farmers Retreat, Participant, California Tea Farmers along with Tea Consultant Nigel Mellican, Santa Barbara, CA, June 19, 2017, ~20 Attendees.
  49. CONFERENCE: “Natural Products Isolation of Bioactive Glycolipids in Tea, Camellia sinensis”, Presenter, Amy Bellinghiere, Graduate Student, National Organic Symposium, UC Davis, June 25, 2017, ~500 Attendees.
  50. CONFERENCE: “Si NMR Xharacterization of per-O-Silylated Sugars”, Presenter, Andras Domokos, Graduate Student, National Organic Symposium, UC Davis, June 28, 2017, ~500 Attendees.
  51. CONFERENCE: “Metabolic profiling of tea (Camellia sinensis) glycolipids using mass spectrometry”, Presenter, Crystal Ye, Graduate Student, National Organic Symposium, UC Davis, June 28, 2017, ~500 Attendees.
  52. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “The Chemistry of Tea and The California Tea Project”, Invited Speaker, Science Cafe, Department of Chemistry, UC Davis, G-Street Pub, Davis, CA, July 12, 2017, ~100 Attendees.
  53. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Exploring the roles of tea plant-associated microbes in transferring tea-derived glycolipids into animals”, Invited Speaker, Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Anhui Agricultural University, Key State Laboratory for Tea Research, Anhui Agricultural University, Hefei, China, August 11-18, 2017, ~200 Attendees.
  54. CONFERENCE: Metabolic profiling of tea (Camellia sinensis) glycolipids using mass spectrometry, Presenter, Crystal Ye, Graduate Student, Chemical Biology Training Grantees, University of California, Davis, September 15, 2017, ~100 Attendees.
  55. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Life, Scientific and Administrative Experience of Jacquelyn Gervay Hague”, Invited Speaker, Sacramento City Females in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics FemSTEM, Sacramento City College, Department of Chemistry, October 27, 2017, ~50 Attendees.
  56. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Edible Chemistry – Tea”, Invited Speaker, UC Davis Students, Department of Chemistry, UC Davis, November 2, 2017, ~20 Attendees.
  57. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “The California Tea Project”, Keynote Speaker, Tocklai Tea Research Institute, Assam, India, Nov 30 – Dec 15, 2017, ~100 Attendees.
  58. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Metabolic Labeling of Cholesteryl Glucosides to Study Bacterial Virulence”, Invited Speaker, IIT Bombay, India, 12/06/2017, ~150 Attendees.
  59. CONFERENCE: “QA Program for Advanced Undergrads and Graduate Research Collaboration”, Invited Speaker, Academia Sinica and UC Bilateral Conference, UC Davis, January 22, 2018, 100 The Chemistry of Glycolipid Exchange Between Microbes and Associated Hosts, Invited Speaker, Academia Sinica and UC Bilateral Conference, UC Davis, UC Davis, January 22, 2018, ~100 Attendees.
  60. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “How I Came to Believe in Growing Tea in California A Chemist’s Perspective”, Invited Speaker, Dept. of Chemistry, University of San Francisco, February 22, 2018, ~50 Attendees.
  61. CONFERENCE: “Yes We Can Grow Tea in California”, Invited Speaker, UC Davis Global Tea Initiative Symposium, UC Davis, February 22, 2018, ~500 Attendees.
  62. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Designing Chemical Probes to Study the Chemistry of Lipid Biology in Tea”, Invited Speaker, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, April 23, 2018, ~100 Attendees.
  63. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “UC Davis Global Tea Institute: Promoting Tea Farming in California”, Invited Speaker, Tea Research Institute Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science TRI- CAAS, Hangzou, China, April 24, 2018, ~100 Attendees.
  64. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “UC Davis Global Tea Institute: Promoting Tea Farming in California”, Invited Speaker, Zhejiang University, PR China, April 25, 2018, ~100 Attendees.
  65. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “System-wide Analysis of Tea Metabolome to Improve Health: A 21st Century Economic Driver”, Invited Speaker, Finlay Tea, UC Davis, July 18, 2018, ~20 Attendees.
  66. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “UC Davis Global Tea Institute: Establishing SpecialTEA Farming in California”, Invited Speaker, University of Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Japan, December 12, 2018, ~100 Attendees.
  67. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Natural Product Chemistry and the California Tea Project”, Invited Speaker, Department of Chemistry, California State University Sacramento, February 25, 2019, ~50 Attendees.
  68. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “California Tea Project from 1960 to the 21st Century”, Presenter, Freshman Seminar, UC Davis, February 28, 2019, ~20 Attendees.
  69. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Chemistry’s Role in Establishing SpecialTEA Farming in California”, Invited Speaker, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, April 10, 2019, ~150 Attendees.
  70. CONFERENCE: “Metabolic Transformations of Synthetic Glycolipids to Understand Host-Microbe Symbiosis”, Invited Speaker, GlycoAr, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 10, 2019, ~200 Attendees.
  71. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Influence of protecting groups on glycosyl iodide glycosylations”, Invited Speaker, Department of Chemistry, University of Buenos Aires, May 13, 2019, ~100 Attendees.
  72. CONFERENCE: Glycolipid Synthesis to Enable Lead Discovery, Invited Speaker, Gordon Research Seminar, Hong Kong, June 22, 2019, ~50 Attendees.
  73. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Chemistry’s Role in Establishing SpecialTEA Farming in California”, Invited Speaker, US League of Tea Growers, Eugen, OR, July 22, 2019, ~50 Attendees.
  74. PRESENTATION: Seminar, “Chemistry’s Role in Establishing SpecialTEA Farming in California”, Invited Speaker, National Chung-Hsing Univeristy, Taiwan, December 8, 2019, ~50 Attendees.