An algorithm helps predict who will develop diabetes
Mikko Koivisto, professor of computer science, wishes to develop reliable automated reasoning.
Sociological research helps make better decisions on the provision of health and wellbeing services
In Finland, everyone has access to the services provided by health and wellbeing professionals. According to Professor Sirpa Wrede, their...
New antibiotics could save millions from infections
Unless antibiotics are further developed, 10 million people will die of infections every year by 2050, says Päivi Tammela, professor of...
Roughly 6% of Finns have a rare hereditary disease
According to Minna Pöyhönen, professor of medical genetics, the study of rare diseases generates new targeted treatments that can help 300,000...
Why do some people gain weight while others do not? Karri Silventoinen studies health differences between people and countries
The professor of social inequalities in health is familiar with future trends in public health.
Mikko Pakarinen is developing increasingly effective therapies for liver and gastrointestinal disorders in children
The professor in paediatric surgery aims to discover a drug therapy for liver damage.
How does artificial intelligence become real?
Jukka K. Nurminen, professor of computer science, is exploring which questions must be answered to make artificial intelligence part of our...
Tea Lallukka: No one should be forced to bear the responsibility for their health and wellbeing alone
The professor of medical sociology studies what contributes to the work ability of people with different social backgrounds, and how to maintain...