Research related to fibrotic diseases is one of the profiling themes of research conducted at the University of Oulu.
Telling about one's expertise is talked about a lot, but what means could be offered to the students' to help them recognise their skills? The students' at the Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine came up with a way.
The biyearly Publiikki took place 23.5.
Mikko Hynönen was nominated the Teacher of the Year 2019. The Faculty nominates one young teacher (a Ph.D.
Finnish researchers at the University of Eastern Finland and the University of Oulu have discovered of a new type of gene mutation that reduces fear and anxiety, and increases social interaction. The researchers employed gene manipulation technology to remove the P4h-tm gene from the mouse genome and found an unexpected change in mouse behaviour. P4h-tm knockout mice showed striking courage and a lack of learned helplessness compared to congenic wild-type mice with a functional P4h-tm gene. The results were published in Neuropharmacology.
Researchers found a new mechanism by which cells can sense oxygen – new opportunities will open for the development of cancer drugs
Researchers from the University of Oulu and Harvard University have found a previously unknown mechanism by which cells in the body sense oxygen. Lack of oxygen had a direct influence on the functioning of genes, and prevented cell differentiation. This observation will open up new opportunities for the development of cancer drugs. The study was published in the prestigious Science journal.
Professor Seppo Vainio, as a partner in two H2020 FET Open projects, GLADIATOR and MindGAP, has received significant project funding.
An article in Journal of Neuroscience by Kastaniotis research group and collaborators from University of Eastern Finland
An article entitled “Impaired Mitochondrial Fatty Acid Synthesis Leads to Neurodegeneration in Mice” was recently published in Journal of
An article Structural basis for DNA break recognition by ARTD2/PARP2 was recently published in Nucleic Acid
Two articles in Clinical Cancer Research and International Journal of Cancer by Wei research group and their international collaborators
Two articles were recently published in Clinical Cancer Research and International Journal of Cancer by Wei research group and their international collaborators
An article entitled “Biology and Clinical Implications of the 19q13 Aggressive Prostate Cancer Susceptibility Locus” was published online in Cell by Dr.
Professor Lauri Eklund and doctoral student Prateek Singh from the University of Oulu together with their European partners have received nearly 3.8 million euro funding for the H2020-MSCA-ITN project called V.A. Cure. The goal is to provide doctoral education for early-stage researchers in the field of vascular biology, and to uncover the disease causing mechanisms to establish novel therapeutic strategies for vascular anomalies.
Valtioneuvosto on nimittänyt professori Johanna Myllyharjun Oulun yliopistosta Suomen Akatemian hallituksen puheenjohtajaksi 1.1.2019 lukien. Hallituksen toimikausi on kolmivuotinen.
Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation has awarded a grant of 485.000€ for Professor Taina Pihlajaniemi and Senior Research Fellow Ritva Heljas
Business Finland has decided to fund Efficient production of Brazzein, a natural zero calorie sweetener Tutli-project. The granted amount 1.7.2018-30.6.2019 is 480.000€.
Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine group leaders have received a 4-year funding from
An article entitled “High-throughput screening of prostate cancer risk loci by single nucleotide polymorphisms sequencing” was publi
Project Leader, Ph.D. Lauri Eklund was nominated as Professor of Molecular Biochemistry in the Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine from 1 May, 2018.
An article on discovery of novel breast cancer risk loci and mechanisms in Cancer Research by Wei research group and their China collaborators
An article entitled “A large-scale, exome-wide association study of Han Chinese women identifies thre
Taina Pihlajaniemi and Ritva Heljasvaara research group one of the three winners in Oriontation competition.
The research groups of Taina Pihlajaniemi and Ritva Heljasvaara, Lloyd Ruddock, and Seppo Vainio, were amongst the finals in
An article on discovery of novel tankyrase inhibitors by Lehtiö research group and their multinational collaborators
Publication in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
An international group of scientists has identified a new antimalarial compound and its two target proteins. The results may lead to development of novel drugs against malaria.