Coded to connect

Neurocenter Finland offers a one-stop shop for

  • Neuroscience research in Finland
  • Product development and innovation
  • Funding information and contractual matters

About Neurocenter Finland

Neurocenter 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.

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.

Finland: Excellence in Neuroscience

Neuroscience research in Finland is highly advanced and on par with international standards. However, the opportunities it offers are partially untapped. This is due to, among other things, the fragmentation of the research field. In order for Finland to maintain its position at the forefront of neuroscience development, Finland’s fragmented expertise in neuroscience must be utilized centrally and efficiently.

The establishment of Neurocenter Finland aims to accelerate national and international research collaboration in the field of neuroscience, to connect research with practical patient care as well as with social and health innovations, and to promote new, brain health-related growth companies.

Neurocenter Finland aims to maintain comprehensive and up-to-date information online on research projects, infrastructure, methods, materials and innovations from Finland. Its activities are expected to contribute to research in the field and strengthen Finland’s competitiveness.

Neurocenter Finland will act as a one-stop shop between Finnish research and external, mainly commercial actors, and would promote the development and commercialization of Finnish research; in turn, this is anticipated to drive the growth of Finnish neuroscience-related businesses and investment in this field throughout Finland. In the long term, progress in the treatment and prevention of diseases would be a true demonstration of the impact and effectiveness of this national project.


Information as an asset

Citizens’ confidence in healthcare and research is key. Information resources can only be created if citizens donate their samples and data for use in research, participate in research as patients, and trust the system as a whole.