According to a study by the University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia has good prospects for developing research-intensive entrepreneurship in healthcare.
UT has completed the IT infrastructure for personalised medicine, enabling Estonian doctors and nurses to use genetic data for disease prevention and finding the best treatment plan for each person.
In September, work will start on the international projects of the digitalised bioengineering research centre and the personalised medicine research centre.
The breast cancer genetic risk-based stratified screening service was introduced at the European Society of Human Genetics Conference: preliminary results of the EIT Health BRIGHT project in Estonia.
The University of Tartu has been selected by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) as one of the data partners of the DARWIN EU® network. This is a first step towards the common use of health data
Teadlased järjestasid Beethoveni juuste abil tema genoomi, mille tulemusel saadi hulganisti uut teavet nii Beethoveni terviseprobleemide kui ka sugulaste kohta.
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The traditional annual conference uniting the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology and the Institute of Genomics of the University of Tartu will take place on 19-20 January 2023.
The aim of this group is to discover and investigate the effect of common and rare genetic variants related to suboptimal drug metabolism and adverse drug reactions.