Dr. Rajaram Venkatesan has received a 5-year Academy Research Fellow post from The Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Biosciences and Environment.
Dr. Lari lehtiö, group leader in the Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, has received an Academy Research Fellow post from The Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Health.
A publication with title Haploinsufficiency of TBK1 causes familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and fronto-temporal d
A publication with title “Progesterone and Wnt4 control mammary stem cells via myoepithelial crosstalk” was rec
Seppo Vainio is a partner in Marie Curie Initial Training Network RENALTRACT - "Development and disease of the renal tract”, which just received EU funding.
Dr. Inari Kursula has got a 3-year funding from the Emil Aaltonen Foundation.
The Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation granted a donation of 1.5 million euros to Professor Johanna Myllyharju and Professor Peppi Karppinen.
Vice Rector (Provost for Science and Research) Taina Pihlajaniemi has been nominated as a member of the infrastructure committee of the Academy of Finland.
Dr. Inari Kursula´s partial professorship at the University of Bergen, Norway, began 1 September, 2014.
Dr. Petri Kursula has been nominated as Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Department of Biomedicine, University of Bergen, Norway.
Functional Genetic Targeting of Embryonic Kidney Progenitor Cells Ex Vivo
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An article in Nature Communications by the groups of Rik Wierenga, Alexander Kastaniotis and Kalervo Hiltunen
3-Ketoacyl-acyl carrier protein (ACP) reductase (KAR) is a key enzyme in mitochondrial fatty acid synthesis (mtFAS) which is essential for mammalian embryonic survival.
A variant of the gene EGLN1 is a key contributor to the ability of Tibetan Highlanders to live at extremely high elevations, reports a paper published online this week in Nature Genetics.
Dr. Gonghong Wei has received Academy Research Fellow post from The Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Health. Of the 94 applications only 10 were funded.
The first MSc of FBMM, Masuma Khatun, received her degree certificate 30th January 2014 from Dean of Education Peppi Karppinen, Dean Kalervo Hiltunen and Amanuensis Jari Heikkinen.
The results of the university research assessment exercise have been published.
The new Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine was launched in the beginning of 2014.