Matthew Cserhati, Ph.D.

Matthew Cserhati, Ph.D., B.Sc.Bioinformatics Programmer / Data Analyst
Dept. of Genetics, Cell Biology & Anatomy
Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Core
College of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Education:

MSc, biology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 2003
BSc, software development, University of Szeged, 2010
PhD, bioinformatics, University of Szeged, 2011

Contact:
Phone: (402) 559-5925
Fax: (402) 559-5942

Email: matyas.cserhati (at) unmc (dot) edu

Mailing Address:
DRC6009
985145, Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-5145

Recent publications:

Salas EN, Shu J, Cserhati MF, Weeks DP, Ladunga I. Pluralistic and stochastic gene regulation: examples, models and consistent theory. Nucleic Acids Res. 2016*

Pettko-Szandtner A, Cserhati M, Barroco R M, Hariharan S, Dudits D, Beemster GTS. Core cell cycle regulatory genes in rice and their expression profiles across the growth zone of the leaf. Plant Research Journal. 2015.

Cserhati M, Pandey S, Beaudoin J J, Baccaglini, L, Guda C, Fox H S. The National NeuroAIDS Tissue Consortium (NNTC) Database: an integrated database for HIV-related studies. Database. 2015.

Cserhati M. Motif comparison between monocot and dicot species. Genomics Data. 2015.

Szécsényi, M., Cserháti, M., Zvara, Á., Dudits, D., Györgyey, J. Monitoring of transcriptional responses in roots of six wheat cultivars during mild drought stress. Cereal Research Communications. 2013 (41).

Presentations, abstracts:

Stochastic, large-scale ensembles in the co-regulation network of human genes encoding ribosomal proteins. Matyas Cserhati, Jiang Shu, Donald Weeks, Istvan Ladunga. NetSciReg ’14 – Network Models in Cellular Regulation Conference. San Francisco. June, 2014.*

Regulation of Ribosomal Protein Genes in Human Based on ENCODE Experiments. Matyas F. Cserhati, Jiang Shu, Samuel A McInturf, Donald P. Weeks, Istvan Ladunga. Systems Biology: Networks, p. 45. Cold Spring Harbor, New York. March, 2013.

Supplemental material for submitted papers:

Perl script for genome analysis

Careers in bioinformatics presentation at Nebraska Wesleyan phage symposium, April 15, 2016

*Author disagrees with some statements about evolution in this paper