The focus of her research is:
1. psychological and social effects of traumas including wars, captivity, terrorism and the Holocaust.
2. Identification and identification of risk and resilience factors
3. evaluation of the effectiveness of intervention, treatment and rehabilitation of post-traumatic casualties.
Prof. Solomon holds a bachelor's and master's degree in social work from the University of Haifa and a PhD. In Psychiatric Epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh, USA (1980). Prof. Solomon (Lt. Col. Mill) served in the IDF as Head of the Mental Health Research Division (1981-1992).
In 1992, she joined the faculty of the School of Social Work at Tel Aviv University, serving as head of the school, head of special programs at the university and head of the Renata Adler Center for Child Welfare Research, and until her retirement she headed the Center for Excellence in Mass Trauma Research. She has mentored more than 120 graduate students.