The Doctoral School in Environmental, Food and Biological Sciences (Finnish acronym YEB for Ympäristö-, elintarvike- ja biotieteellinen tutkijakoulu) is multidisciplinary by nature and consists of six doctoral programmes. The research fields within the doctoral school typically integrate both basic and applied sciences. On the one hand, studies produce basic information on ecosystems and organisms while on the other hand they seek solutions to challenges such as environmental change, nature conservation, development needs of biotechnology and the need for a safe and sustainable food chain.
Doctoral School in Environmental, Food and Biological Sciences
During the academic year 2019-2020 the University of Helsinki has five the admission periods listed below. Each doctoral programme can...
Courses and events
The courses of the Doctoral School in Environmental, Food and Biological Sciences are directed to all doctoral candidates within the school...
Salaried positions and other funding opportunities
Here you can find information about the financial support for all doctoral candidates.
Director: Prof. Jari Valkonen jari.valkonen(at)helsinki.fi +358 40 7432479 Senior advisor: Anni Tonteri, PhD yeb-info(at)helsinki.fi...