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Mark Tsechansky


Department:     Information, Risk & Operations Management

Industry Areas:     Healthcare, Insurance

Mark Tsechansky is a lecturer of information, risk, and operations management at The University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business. He is also a research associate in UT’s Department of Integrative Biology. He studies machine learning, business analytics, and protein aggregation.

He was previously an independent data analytics consultant and a researcher at the University of Cambridge.

Tsechansky has a B.S. in physics from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and a Ph.D. in cellular and molecular biology from UT.



The 34th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences Best Paper Award


J.D. O’Connell, M. Tsechansky, M. West-Driga, and E.M. Marcotte. 2014. Formation of Intracellular Glutamine Synthetase Bodies Depends Strongly Upon Cellular Age and Glucose Availability, PeerJ PrePrints 2:e270v1.

J.D. O’Connell, M. Tsechansky, A. Royall, D.R. Boutz, A.D. Ellington, and E.M. Marcotte. 2014. A Proteomic Survey of Widespread Protein Aggregation in Yeast, Molecular BioSystems 10 (4), 851-861.

A. Zhao, M. Tsechansky, A.D. Ellington, and E.M. Marcotte. 2014. Revisiting and Revising the Purinosome. Molecular BioSystems 10 (3), 369-374.

A. Zhao, M. Tsechansky, J. Swaminathan, L. Cook, A.D. Ellington, and E.M. Marcotte. 2013.  Transiently Transfected Purine Biosynthetic Enzymes Form Stress Bodies, PLoS One 8 (2), e56203.

M.E. Marcotte and M. Tsechansky. July 2009. Disorder, Promiscuity, and Toxic Partnerships. Cell 138 (1), 16-8.

A.D. Ellington, and E.M. Marcotte. June 2009. Widespread Reorganization of Metabolic Enzymes into Reversible Assemblies Upon Nutrient Starvation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (25),10147-10152.

M. Saar-Tsechansky, N. Pliskin, G. Rabinowitz, M. Tsechansky, and A. Porath. August 2001. Monitoring Quality of Health Care with Relational Patterns. Topics in Health Information Management, 22 (1), 24-35.