Greg Lemke, Ph.D.

Greg Lemke is the Françoise Gilot-Salk Professor at the Salk Institute. He is a leader in the molecular genetic analysis of receptor tyrosine kinases. He discovered important roles for ErbB receptors in cardiac and neural development, for EphA receptors in the topographic mapping of neuronal connections in the developing brain and, most notably, for TAM family receptors in immune regulation. 

Funded Research

These projects were made possible from Cure Alzheimer's Fund support.

Project Description Researchers Funding
Microglial TAM Receptors as Modulators of Alzheimer’s Pathology 2017 and 2018