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.
Join the One Health Day event 4th of November to hear about Helsinki One Health research: how human, animal and environmental health are linked.
Novel anti-cancer nanomedicine for efﬁcient chemotherapy
Researchers at the University of Helsinki in collaboration with researchers from Åbo Akademi University (Finland) and Huazhong University of...
Annamari Heikinheimo started as a tenure track professor of zoonotic antimicrobial resistance in the Helsinki One Health research network
The second tenure track professor of the HOH Helsinki One Health research network is Annamari Heikinheimo, a doctor of veterinary medicine. The...
Enzymes could be new target for anti-malarial drugs
A recent study of enzyme inhibitors revealed potential new routes to anti-malarial drugs.
Social media data reveal where visitors to nature locations provide potential benefits or threats to biodiversity
Understanding how people use and experience important places for living nature is essential for effectively managing and monitoring human...