Sabrina Solouki joined Ropes & Gray in 2019 as a technical advisor in the intellectual property department.
Sabrina received her PhD in Immunology from Cornell University, where she discovered different parameters responsible for regulating CD8+ T-cell mediated memory, and the implications this has for vaccine development. While 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., “TCR Signal Strength and Antigen Affinity Regulate CD8+ Memory T Cells,” Journal of Immunology (2020)
- 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
- BS (Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics), University of California, Los Angeles, 2013