The Palmer Lab is currently funded by the following sources:

NIH R01 Award GM133184: Riboglow: a robust multi-color riboswitch-based platform for imaging RNA in living cells

NIH MIRA Award GM139644: Illuminating the biochemistry of zinc and RNA in live cells

The Palmer Lab has been funded by the following sources:

  • NIH Director’s Pioneer Award: Regulation of cell signaling by transition metal dynamics
  • Sie Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship (BioFrontiers and the Anna and John J. Sie Foundation)
  • NIH 1K99GM127752-01: RNA tools for probing spliceosome dynamics
  • NIH R01 Award GM084027: Genetically encoded sensors shed light on zinc homeostasis
  • NIH R01 Award GM105997: Technologies to Define and Map Novel Interorganelle Macromolecular Interactions
    • collaboration with Natalie Ahn, Vladislav Verkhusha, and Erik Snapp
  • NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant MRI 1429782: Development of an Advanced Bio-Imaging Instrument: Enabling 3D quantitative multi-functional sensing at the nanoscale
  • Human Frontiers Science Program: Investigating the role of secreted RNAs in bacterial virulence
  • Butcher Award (University of Colorado): Developing a Platform for in vivo Imaging of Chronic Bacterial Infection
  • NSF Career Award MCB-0950411: Live Cell Imaging of Salmonella effector proteins
  • NIH R21: A Platform to Study Tenocyte Mechanotransduction
  • NIH R01 award GM083849: Microfluidics-based selection for Optimization of Red Fluorescent Proteins
  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research
  • NIH R01 GM084027-01S1: Diversity supplement to “Genetically encoded sensors shed light on zinc homeostasis”
  • NIH R01 GM084027-02S1: Administrative Supplement to “Genetically encoded sensors shed light on zinc homeostasis”
  • CU-NIST Seed Grant: Development of a Novel Platform for high Throughput Screening of Fluorescent Biosensors
  • ACS IRG (University of Colorado Cancer Center): Live Cell Imaging of Zinc to Examine the Role of Zinc Homeostasis in Prostate Cancer
  • Whitehall Foundation Award: Development of genetically encoded fluorescent sensors to examine neuronal Zn2+ dynamics
  • CU Innovative Seed Grant Program: Development of novel technologies for real-time studies of microbial biofilms
  • Butcher grant (University of Colorado): Calcium Sensors – Probes to Elucidate Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration
  • NIH R01 award GM083849-02S1: Competitive revision to: Microfluidics-based Selections for Optimization of Red Fluorescent Proteins
  • Butcher Award (University of Colorado): Revolutionizing the way we look at cells: Inventing organelle biosensors by harnessing the power of proteomics and live cell imaging