Professor Ethan D. Goddard-Borger obtained his Ph.D. in Chemistry as a Hackett Scholar in 2008 from the University of Western Australia. This work featured the development of a popular diazotransfer reagent that continues to be used extensively in the chemical biology, synthesis, and materials science fields. From 2009-2013, Ethan was a CIHR postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia, Canada, with Prof. Stephen G. Withers, where he studied glycoside hydrolases and glycosyltransferases associated with lysosomal storage disorders. In 2014, Ethan established his independent research program at The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia. His lab applies chemical, molecular, and structural biology techniques to understanding the roles of protein glycosylation in various disease settings. Most recently, the Goddard-Borger lab has made significant advances in understanding the abundance, enzymology, and function of tryptophan C-mannosylation.