Research Group Principal Investigator

    Tiinamaija Tuomi, MD, PhD, associate professor (docent)

    Tel:+358 9 191 25725
    E-mail: tiinamaija.tuomi [at] helsinki.fi

    Research Programs Unit
    C323b
    P.O.Box 63, Haartmaninkatu 8
    FI-00014 University of Helsinki
    Finland

Botnia-project office in Helsinki

    Eveliina Juuma

    Tel: +358 9 471 1870
    GSM: +358 50 428 7811
    E-mail: ext-eveliina.juuma [at] hus.fi

Diabetes and Obesity Research Program contact information

Postal Address
Research Programs Unit
Diabetes and Obesity
Research Program
P.O.Box 63, Haartmaninkatu 8
FI-00014 University of Helsinki
Finland

Visiting Address
Biomedicum 1
Haartmaninkatu 8
00290 Helsinki

Tel. +358 2941 911 (tel. exchange)
Fax + 358 2941 26382
Email name.lastname [at] helsinki.fi

Botnia Study - Group members

Tiinamaija Tuomi

Principal Investigators

The Botnia Study is lead by professor Leif Groop , a FiDiPro professor at the University of Helsinki and head of the Lund University Diabetes Centre, and docent Tiinamaija Tuomi in close collaboration.


Tiinamaija Tuomi, MD, PhD, associate professor (docent) Departmental Chief, Helsinki University Central Hospital and
Principal Investigator, Research Project for Molecular Medicine, University of Helsinki, and Folkhalsan Research Center, Biomedicum Helsinki

Senior researchers
Bo Isomaa, MD, PhD, co-ordinator of the PPP-Botnia Study

Post-docs
Liisa Hakaste, MD, PhD

Undergraduate students
Jessica Ingo, Medical Student
Henrik Finnström, Medical Student  
Jarno Kettunen, Medical Student
               
Staff
Paula Kokko, Medical Laboratory Technologist (Helsinki)
Merja Lahtinen, Medical Laboratory Technologist (Helsinki)
Laura Impivaara, MSSc, administrative assistant (Helsinki)
Britt Stolpe, Research Nurse (Western Finland: Vaasa)
Ann-Catrine Vältti, Research Nurse (Western Finland: Vaasa)
Monika Gullström, Research Nurse (Western Finland: Närpiö)
Leena Sarelin, Research Nurse (Western Finland: Pietarsaari)


International collaborations


The Botnia project takes part in many international collaborations. Some of the larger collaborations are listed on the Botnia Study webpages.