Probing nuclear receptor biology in the immune system
Drug discovery efforts targeting nuclear receptors to treat disease
Aberrant activation of the immune system and how we can treat it
Using nuclear receptors to boost anti-tumor immunity
Welcome to the Solt Lab
The underlying theme of the research performed in the Solt laboratory is to understand the biologically relevant roles of nuclear receptors, a superfamily of ligand regulated transcription factors, in the immune system. Our lab uses a combination of molecular biology, genetic, and chemical biology approaches coupled with mouse models of autoimmunity and chronic inflammation to study how different nuclear receptors’ expression, function, and activity affects disease.
Congratulations to Sarah on winning the inaugural Wendy Havran award! Based on faculty input, this award is given to the student who gave the best presentation in the Immunology and Microbiology seminar series.
Congratulations to Sarah on being selected to receive a 2020 AAI Trainee Poster Award to attend the AAI Annual Meeting in May in Honolulu, Hawaii.
After an amazingly productive summer, we are sad to see our two summer undergraduate interns, Ashley Nichols and Rebecca Cameron, leave and head back to school.
A big welcome to our summer undergraduate interns, Ashley Nichols, a SURF intern from Chapman University, and Rebecca Cameron, from the University of Florida!
Nature Index ranks Scripps Research the #1 non-profit scientific institute in the U.S.
Team effort: collaboration between Solt lab, High throughput screening, Kojetin lab, and Kamenecka lab pays off! We have been awarded a NIH R01 to screen for novel REV-ERB small molecules for cancer immunotherapy from the NCI.