In 2019, the University of Turku launched a new doctoral training in collaboration with partners from the drug industry. A major part of the training is carried out in an industrial environment. The training also includes postgraduate studies and academic secondments in the University’s research groups. The training educates experts specialised in industrial research and product development.
Keyword: Faculty of Medicine
It is time to choose the winners of the 2020 Clinical Eye and Producer of Learning Materials Awards!
BioCity Turku Invites 2012 Nobel Laureate Brian Kobilka to Give an Online Presentation at the University of Turku on October 8
BioCity Turku has invited 2012 Nobel Laureate Brian K. Kobilka to give an online seminar “Structural insights into G protein coupled receptor activation” on October 8th at 18:00 h.
Top-level skin cancer research acknowledging the individuality of cancer is conducted in Turku. In the studies, the characteristics of cancer are examined at the level of tracers and molecules. This opens up the opportunity to tailor the most suitable treatment for each patient. The studies are rewarding for both the researchers and the research subjects. At best, patients with advanced skin cancer benefit from the new medicinal products used in trials long before these products are in commercial use.
The University of Turku has entered into a licensing agreement with an international pharma company related to targeting of CIP2A oncoprotein.
The aim of academic writing in the Finnish language is to develop the student's communication skills and to support the student to develop into an expert. The goal of academic writing studies is for students to achieve the literary skills needed in their studies, working life, and in their own discipline.
The Nordic Council of Ministers has granted 50,000 euros in NordPlus funding for an educational project Design thinking in health technology education – Design Future Health – Great. In collaboration with Nordic and Baltic universities, this project aims to bring design thinking into the development of education related to health technology.
Finnish Doctoral Programme in Oral Sciences FINDOS-Turku and the Faculty of Medicine Postgraduate Education Unit PGE organized a two-day academic writing course “Academic reading, writing, and reviewing” towards the end of November. The course raised interest among doctoral candidates and other academic staff.
UTU Research – Faculty of Medicine or shortly RFM, gathers the principal investigators at the Faculty of Medicine.