Sabrina Solouki joined Ropes & Gray as a technical advisor in the intellectual property department.
Prior to joining the firm, Sabrina received her PhD in Immunology from Cornell University. Her research focused on the development of CD8+ memory T cells, where she discovered different parameters responsible for regulating T-cell mediated memory. At Cornell, Sabrina also interned at the Center for Technology and Licensing to help identify commercial opportunities for technologies in the life sciences. Sabrina is a strong advocate for science communication and literacy, as exemplified by her completion of the Engagement in Public Communication of Science & Technology certificate program.
- Solouki et al., “Non-receptor tyrosine kinase signaling in autoimmunity and therapeutic implications,” Pharmacology & Therapeutics (2019)
- Co-author, “Amino acid starvation enhances vaccine efficacy by augmenting neutralizing antibody production,” Science signaling (2019)
- Co-author, “Beyond Type 1 Regulatory T Cells: Co-expression of LAG3 and CD49b in IL-10-Producing T Cell Lineages,” Frontiers in Immunology (2018)
- Co-author, “ITK signaling via the Ras/IRF4 pathway regulates the development and function of Tr1 cells,” Nature Communications (2017)
- Co-author, “Heterogeneous loss of HIV transcription and proviral DNA from 8E5/LAV lymphoblastic leukemia cells revealed by RNA FISH:FLOW analyses,” Retrovirology (2016)
- PhD (Immunology & Infectious Disease), Cornell University, 2020; 3 Minute Thesis Finalist; Immunology Young Investigator Award
- BS (Microbiology, Immunology, & Molecular Genetics; minor in Political Science), Dean’s Honors List, University of California, Los Angeles, 2013; UCLA Achievement Scholarship Recipient