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Keyword: Faculty of Medicine
The main goal of the Faculty of Medicine is to become the most coveted Faculty of medicine and health sciences. Our top areas of research are in drug development, diagnostics, and the promotion of health.
We are the most coveted faculty of medicine and health sciences. Our top areas of research are in drug development, diagnostics, and the promotion of health. We provide high-quality learning experiences in the oldest and most student-friendly university city of Finland. Our research is both nationally and internationally renowned. Health Campus Turku is a close-knit community with low boundaries and world-class infrastructures. We work in close collaboration with the public and private sectors of the West Coast in both education and research.
BioCity Turku arranges every semester Frontiers of Science seminar series where researchers are welcome to invite prominent international scientists to give a talk to local scientific community. The seminars are for all researchers and students and students can get ECTs from participation.
The InFLAMES Research Flagship (Innovation Ecosystem based on the Immune System) and its first selection process for postdoctoral researcher positions has been completed. Four postdoctoral researchers have been selected by the InFLAMES Executive Team. They will strengthen InFLAMES research groups of immunological research.
The annual BioCity Symposium is in August 19th–20th with the title Cancer – Breaking Bad. This series of meetings organized since 1991 has become the most important annual get-together in the fields of biosciences and molecular medicine in Turku. The symposium gathers together hundreds of participants each year and offers talks from cutting-edge international researchers.
The joint InFLAMES Flagship of the University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University has invited four top-level visiting professors to strengthen the initiative. The position of visiting professor at the University of Turku has been granted for the period of 1 April 2021–31 December 2024 to Professors Mark Ansel, Janne Lehtiö and Lawrence Steinman as well as to Director Teng-Leong Chew.
The Cancer Biology laboratories of Klaus Elenius and Kari Kurppa are looking for a doctoral candidate to join a collaborative project.