The Doctoral Programme in Population Health, DocPop, belongs to the Doctoral School in Health Sciences (DSHealth). DocPop is multidisciplinary and includes a variety of scientific and methodological approaches. The research focuses on the causes and consequences of population health and wellbeing. The Programme combines a broad scope of relevant fields of health and medical sciences including public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, population genetics and genetic epidemiology, occupational health, general practice and primary health care, health services research, forensic medicine, public health nutrition, substance use disorders, geriatrics, sociology, social psychology and social pharmacy. The research within the Programme aims at health promotion and disease prevention at the population level.
Doctoral Programme in Population Health
The doctoral education system of the University of Helsinki consists of four doctoral schools and 32 doctoral programmes. New doctoral...
Salaried positions and other funding opportunities
The Call announcement for UH-funded doctoral candidate positions is available on this page when the call is open. Other ways of funding a...
Courses and degree structures
NB! All information for doctoral candidates can be found in the Instructions for Phd Candidates
The administration of the Doctoral Programme in Population Health consists of a director, doctoral programme officer and coordinator. The...