Kate Meyer (Primary)

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Meyer Lab, Primary Faculty
Research Interests: 

The Meyer lab studies RNA modifications and seeks to understand how the epitranscriptome shapes gene expression. We have a particular focus on the m6A modification and how it contributes to nervous system function. 

For the latest information on the Meyer Lab, please visit our website.  

Lab Location
Nanaline Duke Room 155
Office Location

Nanaline Duke Room 155A 

Office: (919) 684-9562 Lab: (919) 660-1114

The Meyer lab studies RNA modifications and seeks to understand how the epitranscriptome shapes gene expression. We have a particular focus on the m6A modification and how it contributes to nervous system function.

Honors and Awards
  • Tri-Institutional Breakout Prize for Junior Investigators from Weill Cornell Medicine (2016)
  • NIH Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00) from NIMH (2014-19)            
  • NIH Small Business Technology Transfer Award (STTR) form NIDA (2015)
  • Charles H. Revson Senior Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences (2012-14)
  • Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) for Individual Postdoctoral Fellows from NIMH (2011-12)
Education

PhD Northwestern University, 2010