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Academy of Finland
Putting Public Health Genomics to practice in Cardiovascular diseases - making sense and use of random associations in the "grey area" of genomewide association studies (PUBGENSENS)
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Type of institution
The Academy of Finland is an expert organisation in research funding. The Academy operates under the administration of the Ministry of Education.
The Academy of Finland aims to promote high-quality scientific research, by means of long-term funding based on scientific quality, reliable evaluation, science policy expertise and extensive international cooperation. The main focus of the Academy to support the development of innovative research environments, promote professional careers in research, advance gender equality in research and strengthen international cooperation and interaction.
Main research areas
The Academy has implemented two national research programmes on ageing, the first from 1989 to 1991 and the second from 2000 to 2002. Both programmes have been multidisciplinary, bringing together projects from several disciplines (from neuroscience and medicine to sociology and history). The objectives for the 'Second Research Programme on Ageing' were to help society contain the problems and challenges presented by the ageing of the population, to activate innovative basic and applied research into ageing issues, to promote co-operation and dialogue between different disciplines and fields of inquiry within ageing research and to strengthen academic community involvement in the public debate on ageing.
Basic natural sciences,Medical/Clinical Sciences/Nursing,Social/Behavioral
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