Doc­toral Pro­gramme in Food Chain and Health

Organisational unit: Doctoral programme

Organisation Profile

The Doctoral Programme in Food Chain and Health (acronym FoodHealth) is a multidisciplinary doctoral programme in food sciences covering food science research throughout the whole food chain. It allows the examination of food from several complementary perspectives, as well as cooperation with the whole food sector. The multidisciplinary doctoral programme enables the examination of food from several complementary perspectives, as well as cooperation with the whole food sector. The food research areas are e.g. food chemistry, food control, food economy, food hygiene, food microbiology, food technology, food toxicology, meat inspection, microbiology of primary production and nutrition.

The doctoral programme has attracted doctoral candidates and researchers from the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Multidisciplinary research activities and training are purposed to provide the candidates with a wide perspective to their research area and enable them to utilize their training not only in academia but also in industry.

Latest research outputs

  1. Hepatitis E virus: zoonotic and foodborne transmission in developed countries

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview ArticleScientificpeer-review

  2. Nasal mucosa and blood cell transcriptome profiles do not reflect respiratory symptoms associated with moisture damage

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

  3. Strengthening the efficacy of official food control improves Listeria monocytogenes prevention in fish-processing plants

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

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