Neurosciences in Finland

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Neuroscience in Finland

Research in neurosciences has a solid foundation in Finland. Finnish researchers and research groups as well as health care personnel are renowned for their reliable and high-caliber work.

Finns are a research-friendly people. The Finnish social security system and individual social security numbers ensure that the background information of the samplers is traceable yet secure.

The research infrastructure in Finland adheres to high international standard and is almost always accessible to diverse operators (researchers and companies at home and abroad). Finland also has high-quality national research registries.

High-class research and reliability come together in Finland.

Neurocenter Finland

Neurocenter Finland is a one-stop shop for research in neurosciences and product development. It facilitates innovations and development of new personalized healthcare.

A key objective is to create a structure of collaboration and platform for researchers and other stakeholders. Furthermore, it makes relevant information in neurosciences conveniently available.

What's new

19.9.2019

Save the Date: Neuro2020 Business meets science – Business and Innovation event comes to Kuopio in March 2020!

For the first time, the Neurocenter Finland invites promising start-ups, big pharma companies working in the field of neuroscience as well as interested researchers, investors and patient... Read more

22.5.2019

FINGENIOUS – your gateway to biospecimens and health data

Undertaking biobank research is getting easier and faster. Through FINGENIOUSTM you can now reach all six Finnish hospital biobanks by completing just one feasibility and access request. FINGENIOUSTM... Read more

1.2.2019

ERC Starting Grant 2018 grantees

The European Research Council Starting Grant for 2018 brought funding to Finland for ten researchers for a period of five years. Among these ten researchers, three were neuroscientists.   In... Read more