Aalto Networking Platform

Health & wellbeing

Health & wellbeing focus areas include biomedical engineering, neuroscience, biomaterials, digital health, and health management and design.
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Health and wellbeing is one of Aalto University’s seven key areas for research.

Its focus areas include:

  • biomedical engineering,
  • neuroscience,
  • biomaterials,
  • digital health, and
  • health management and design.

A large share of health and wellbeing research is done in close collaboration with the University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Hospital. Their expertise in medical science and clinical research complements our primarily technology-oriented approach.

Health and wellbeing is an area where a great number of innovations are called for. Here at Aalto University, basic research results are developed into innovations, applications, and services for end users. In this way, research is respondsing to societal needs.

We also aim to be a contributor to the massive renewal process facing the university hospital district of the Helsinki region during the next decade.

The Aalto Networking Platform brings together our researchers and external parties for multidisciplinary collaboration in the area of health and & wellbeing.

Health Talks events: a bridge between the business, university, and other communities

Lunch events with expert discussions on interesting topics, held at 12:00–13:00 on Wednesdays in Otaniemi.

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Health Talks @ Aalto

Upcoming events

SF2022
Conferences and workshops

8th Science Factory: TMS–EEG Summer School and Workshop

The Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering at Aalto University School of Science will organize the 8th Science Factory: TMS–EEG Summer School and Workshop, on May 15–20, 2020.

Flagships and Centres of Excellence

Image from remote site: fcai.fi

AI for Health — FCAI

FCAI Special Interest Group: AI for Health

Suomen Akatemia

GeneCellNano – Gene, Cell and Nano - Academy of Finland

The GeneCellNano flagship is hosted by Aalto, Universities of Eastern Finland, Helsinki, Oulu, and Finnish Red Cross Blood Service.

Research infrastructure

Aalto NeuroImaging Infrastructure

Aalto NeuroImaging (ANI) research infrastructure houses four functional neuroimaging modalities, navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation (nTMS) at Aalto TMS, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) at Advanced Magnetic Imaging (AMI) Centre, magnetoencephalography (MEG) at MEG Core and Aalto Behavioral Laboratory (ABL).

Services
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BioMag Laboratory

BioMag is a brain imaging laboratory at the Helsinki University Hospital co-hosted by Aalto and University of Helsinki.

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Science-IT

Science-IT provides infrastructure for high-level computational research at Aalto University and is coordinated by the School of Science.

Services
Otakaari 3. Aalto University Campus and Real Estate.

Health Technology House

Otakaari 3 & Rakentajanaukio 2

Locations
Micronova cleanroom kuva: Aino Huovio

Micronova

Address: Tietotie 3
Mon–Fri 8.00–16.30

Locations

Featured research bodies and programmes

Healthcare Engineering and Management

Healthcare Engineering, Management and Architecture

The Institute of Healthcare Engineering, Management and Architecture (HEMA) is a research group that concentrates on the production of health services and their development.

Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
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Aalto Brain Centre

Aalto Brain Centre (ABC) is a strategic initiative within the Aalto University School of Science. ABC relies on the strong expertise of the school's research teams in systems neuroscience, neurotechnology, signal analysis, machine learning, network analysis, brain imaging, psychology, cognitive science, clinical neuroscience, naturalistic neuroscience, physics, and engineering.

School of Science
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Sotera

Sotera is a research unit focusing on basic technology in the social and health sector: design and construction of buildings, related telecommunications technology, information technology and automation of operations as well as instrument technology.

Biodesign Finland

Biodesign Finland

Biodesign Finland improves medical care with a novel entrepreneurial program for selected interdisciplinary teams and creates new business.

Key research area contact

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