Lights, Cells, Action!

Oct. 19, 2011

Lights, Cells, Action! One of the best ways to really see something is to turn on the lights. Amy Palmer, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Biofrontiers Institute faculty member, is the kind of professor that can shine a light on subjects for her students, and...

Amy Palmer

A CIMB scientist's road to discovery

Sept. 13, 2011

Amy Palmer could have been a writer, a gymnastics coach, a Russian language expert or a competitive swimmer. Lucky for us, she is a scientist that is changing the way we see salmonella bacteria and what we know about the effects of metals on the brain. Read more about this...

Amy Palmer is a CIMB faculty member. She recently won an award from the National Science Foundation for her work on the salmonella bacteria.

CIMB Scientist Values a Life of Learning

Sept. 9, 2010

Five questions for Amy Palmer One of Amy Palmer's life goals is to encourage everyone around her to find learning fascinating. Her passion for science is infectious, and the ways in which she explains complicated processes makes you question the wisdom of not choosing chemistry as a college major. Palmer...