Engage Us

 

Dr. Mezey and members of the MezeyLab are constantly engaging in collaborations with scientists at academic and non-profit institutions, as well as collaborations that involve academic-industry partnerships (for Dr. Mezey's consulting work with industry, please see information on his company h2 Analytics). We engage in collaborative projects where scientific interests of all parties are aligned and in cases where we feel all participants will derive significant benefits, whether the overall objective is to solve a specific problem, to publish, or to produce a deep understanding of a novel system, application or data type. The form of our collaborations range from entirely intellectual to data analysis partnerships where the structure can be formal to informal. Our collaborative projects range from studies with specific short-term objectives to long-term partnerships that have been on-going for over a decade. Representative examples of our collaborative projects and representative publications include:

  • Multiple studies of the genetics of human populations aimed at understanding human history and distributions of genetic diseases

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  • Long-term medical and health science collaborations that have included studies of pulmonary diseases, cancers, rare genetic diseases and the impacts of gene therapies

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  • Academic-Industry partnerships involving network analysis of genomic and clinical data sets to rank gene and pathway targets for drug development

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  • Analysis of disease genetics in veterinary systems including dogs and horses

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  • Genetic studies of agriculturally important species including a multi-year collaboration building resources for / analyzing traits in rice

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  • Studies involving mice and other biological model systems aimed at adding network connections to well characterized molecular and developmental pathways

For more information or to explore whether we would be interested in collaborating on a project, please contact Dr. Mezey at MezeyLab - please note that we have far more requests for collaborations than we can engage with but we are always happy to discuss interesting systems and what an engagement could look like.