Solymosi Norbert

PhD (University of Debrecen, 2010)

Habilitáció (Szent István University, Gödöllő, 2015)


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My main research interests are belonging to quantitative epidemiology and genomics. Earlier I worked on biometeorology as well. Nowadays with my colleagues, we work on resistome, metagenome studies from different sources (e.g. milk, honey bee gut).
I have academic experiences from my previous and current job from ELTE, SOTE, HAS, SZIE and Hungarian Vet School. I have lectures in elective courses of parasitology, epidemiology and genomics in the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.

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Az utolsó 5 év válogatott közleményei:

  1. Takeda DY, Spisák S, Seo JH, Bell C, O'Connor E, Korthauer K, Ribli D, Csabai I, Solymosi N, Szállási Z, Stillman DR, Cejas P, Qiu X, Long HW, Tisza V, Nuzzo PV, Rohanizadegan M, Pomerantz MM, Hahn WC, Freedman ML. A Somatically Acquired Enhancer of the Androgen Receptor Is a Noncoding Driver in Advanced Prostate Cancer. Cell. 2018 Jul 12;174(2):422-432.e13. DOI
  2. Spisák S, Lawrenson K, Fu Y, Csabai I, Cottman RT, Seo JH, Haiman C, Han Y, Lenci R, Li Q, Tisza V, Szállási Z, Herbert ZT, Chabot M, Pomerantz M, Solymosi N; GAME-ON/ELLIPSE Consortium, Gayther SA, Joung JK, Freedman ML. CAUSEL: an epigenome- and genome-editing pipeline for establishing function of noncoding GWAS variants. Nat Med. 2015 Nov;21(11):1357-63. DOI
  3. Farkas R, Gyurkovszky M, Lukács Z, Aladics B, Solymosi N. Seroprevalence of some vector-borne infections of dogs in Hungary. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis. 2014 Apr;14(4):256-60. DOI