University of Helsinki, established in 1640, is the largest and most versatile research university in Finland doing pioneering multidisciplinary research with 11 faculties and over 36 000 students and researchers. (Read more on the Helsinki University website). The participating research groups belong to the Faculty of Medicine, Research Program Unit (Hautaniemi and Carpén), and the Faculty of Law (Korpisaari). Hautaniemi and Carpén belong to the Systems Oncology (ONCOSYS) Research Program, which provides an extraordinary compilation of clinical, cell biology, translational research and measurement technology expertise; an excellent environment for cross-disciplinary data-intensive research . Both groups are also part of the iCAN (Digital precision cancer medicine for discoveries and improved treatments) flagship program coordinated from University of Helsinki.
Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki is the leading Finnish institute of legal research and education. The faculty is international and scientifically very well ranked institution, focusing on, among other things, problem-oriented research carried out across both the traditional branches of law and the disciplines of science. Read more on the faculty of law website.