HOH Helsinki One Health
Helsinki One Health expands and shares scientific knowledge on how human, animal and environmental health are inseparably linked. As one, we can find holistic and multidisciplinary solutions for all health-related global challenges.
HOH Helsinki One Health is a network organization launched in 2018 to coordinate research actions within the area of One Health at University of Helsinki. Helsinki One Health is encouraging various disciplines and professions to work together to resolve emerging health problems concerning animal and human populations worldwide.
Associate Professor Tarja Sironen received a research grant of 563 000 euros from Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation.
Significant new funding for research of coronavirus and other viral zoonooses
A Finnish Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation has awarded over 1 million euros funding to support Professor Olli Vapalahti together with Associate...
Three questions to Olli Peltoniemi on One Health
Una Europa is currently in the process of laying the foundations for One Health research and education. This includes numerous research issues...
Fearful Great Danes provide new insights to genetic causes of fear
Professor Hannes Lohi’s research group at the University of Helsinki has identified a new genomic region and anxiety-related candidate genes...
Academy of Finland funds canine epilepsy research led by Assistant Professor Tarja Pääkkönen
Epilepsy is one of the most common chronic neurological diseases in both dogs and humans. Tarja Pääkkönen's research group is looking for new...