David Solecki

    David J. Solecki, PhD

    Associate Member, St. Jude Faculty


    Developmental Neurobiology

    Contact Information

    David Solecki, PhD
    Developmental Neurobiology
    MS 323, Room D-2025G
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    262 Danny Thomas Place
    Memphis, TN 38105-3678
    Email: david.solecki@stjude.org
    Phone: (901) 595-5981
    FAX: (901) 595-3143


    BS - Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY (1992)
    PhD - SUNY at Stony Brook, Graduate program in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Stony Brook, NY (1999)

    Research Interests

    Selected Publications

    Solecki DJ. Sticky situations: recent advances in control of cell adhesion during neuronal migration. Curr Opin Neurobiol May 2, 2012.

    Famulski JK, Trivedi N, Howell D, Yang Y, Tong Y, Gilbertson R, Solecki DJ. Siah Regulation of Pard3A Controls Neuronal Cell Adhesion During Germinal Zone Exit. Science 330(6012):1834-8, 2010. PMID: 21109632 (1 Scopus Citation) Abstract  Reprint

    Trivedi N, Solecki DJ. Neuronal migration illuminated: A look under the hood of the living neuron. Cell Adh Migr 5(1):42-7, 2011. PMID: 20935494.

    Kerekes RA, Gleason SS, Trivedi N, Solecki D. Automated method for tracing leading and trailing processes of migrating neurons in confocal image sequences. Proceedings of the SPIE 7623:76233T-76233T-10, 2010.

    Kerekes R, Gleason S, Trivedi N, Solecki D. Automated 4-D Tracking of Centrosomes in Sequences of Confocal Image Stacks. Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 6994-7, 2009. (3 Scopus Citations)

    Solecki DJ, Trivedi N, Govek E, Kerekes R, Gleason S, Hatten ME. Myosin II motors and f-actin dynamics drive the coordinated translocation of the centrosome and soma during CNS glial-guided neuronal migration. Neuron 63(1):63-80, 2009. (24 Scopus Citations, Evaluated by Faculty of 1000)

    Solecki DJ, Model L, Gaetz J, Kapoor T, Hatten ME. Par6a signaling controls glial-guided neuronal migration. Nature Neuroscience 7(11):1195-203, 2004.* (109 Scopus Citations)
    * Cover art November Nature Neuroscience 2004 issue. Commentary of this article: Samuels BA and Tsai LH. Nucleokinesis Illuminated. Nature Neuroscience 7(11):1169-70, 2004. (Evaluated by Faculty of 1000)

    Solecki DJ, Liu XL, Tomoda T, Fang Y, Hatten, ME. Activated Notch2 signaling inhibits differentiation of cerebellar granule neuron precursors by maintaining proliferation. Neuron 31(4):557-68, 2001. (160 Scopus Citations)

    Last update: May 2012