Headshot_Solomon-LaneDr. Tessa Solomon-Lane

I am an assistant professor interested in the development, neuromolecular regulation, and evolution of social behavior. I received my BA in Neuroscience & Behavior from Vassar College, where I conducted research with Dr. Erica Crespi. I completed my PhD in Neuroscience with Dr. Matthew Grober at Georgia State University, and I was a postdoctoral researcher with Dr. Hans Hofmann at the University of Texas at Austin. Click here to see my CV.

The Solomon-Lane Lab is a welcoming, collaborative group, and we are committed to an inclusive, honest, and fair environment for research and learning, free from discrimination or harassment of any kind. We prioritize teamwork, respect, and positivity. This is a Lab where you are encouraged to be your whole self. Every voice and perspective matters. In fact, it’s your different perspectives, interests, ideas, and identities that will make our science and our lab successful and unique!

Current Lab Members
Emily McCabe, Scripps College (’21)
Claire Cantelon, Scripps College (’21)
Maddie Vergun, Scripps College (’20)
Isabela Harmon, Scripps College (’22)
Cam Hamson, Claremont McKenna College (’21)
Maya Shah, Claremont McKenna College (’22)

Former lab members
Hannah Graves, Claremont McKenna College (’20)
Julia Weinstein, Claremont McKenna College (’20)
Caity Kwun, Claremont McKenna College (’20)