The Kaye Laboratory investigates the molecular regulation of immune system development and function, with particular focus on T lymphocyte and innate lymphoid cell biology. Jonathan Kaye, PhD, is principal investigator of the Kaye Laboratory, as well as professor in the Department of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA.
The Kaye Laboratory is affiliated with the Cedars-Sinai Research Division of Immunology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Department of Medicine and Cancer Institute.
- Mechanism of Function of Transcriptional Regulator TOX
- Structure-Function Analyses of the TOX Protein
- ILC2 Effector Cell Development
- Physiological Role of TOX3 in the Brain and Mammary Gland
- Other Collaborative Projects
Meet Our Team
Learn more about the scientists, faculty members, investigators and other healthcare professionals of the Kaye Laboratory, whose dedicated efforts lead to groundbreaking discoveries.
Page N, Klimek B, De Roo M, Steinbach K, Soldati H, Lemeille A Wagner I, Kreutzfeldt M, Di Liberto G, Vincenti I, Linger T, Salinas G, Brück W, Simons M, Murr R, Kaye J, et al.
Immunity. 2018 May 15;48(5):937-950.
Harly C, Cam M, Kaye J, Bhandoola A.
J Exp Med. 2018 Jan 2;215(1):249-262.
Seehus CR, Kadavallore A, Torre B, Yeckes AR, Wang Y, Tang J, Kaye J.
Nat Commun. 2017 Dec 1;8(1):1900.
Contact the Kaye Lab
8700 Beverly Blvd.
Davis Building, 5089 (Office), 5094F (Lab)
Los Angeles, CA 90048