HOH Helsinki One Health
Helsinki One Health expands and shares scientific knowledge on how human, animal and environmental health are inseparably linked. As one, we can find holistic and multidisciplinary solutions for all health-related global challenges.
HOH Helsinki One Health is a network organization launched in 2018 to coordinate research actions within the area of One Health at University of Helsinki. Helsinki One Health is encouraging various disciplines and professions to work together to resolve emerging health problems concerning animal and human populations worldwide.
A study carried out at the University of Helsinki investigated pituitary dwarfism in Karelian Bear Dogs and found a link to a variant of the...
Tarja Pitkänen, specialist in water safety, appointed as associate professor of environmental health in the HOH Helsinki One Health research network
Water is the foundation of all life. Although clean water is often taken for granted in developed countries, securing its availability in a...
The coronavirus dog study at the airport progresses – Already more than 4,000 samples sniffed
The study on coronavirus detection by dogs launched in late September at Helsinki Airport has transitioned from the pilot stage to actual...
University of Helsinki researchers developed a sequence analysis pipeline for virus discovery
A novel bioinformatics pipeline identifies both previously known and novel viruses.
Early-life diet and canine atopy can have a connection
Researchers from the international multidisciplinary research group “DogRisk” at the University of Helsinki have found novel early-life risk...