Kathryn Meyer
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

Current Research Interests

Research in the Meyer laboratory focuses on RNA and epitranscriptomic regulatory mechanisms that control gene expression and cellular function.  We have a particular interest in understanding how RNA methylation (m6A) controls RNA processing and RNA function in diverse cell types as well as in the nervous system. Our laboratory also develops novel methods for interrogating m6A and for better understanding RNA:protein interactions in cells.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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