The focus of Professor Marjut Roponen’s research has always been on inhaled exposures and, in particular, on their impact on children’s health. Studies concerning exposures during pregnancy are still rather limited.
Neurocenter Finland seeks to promote national and international research collaboration in order to contribute to innovations related to the promotion of brain health, diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation.
The project aims to enable rural communities’ actors and policymakers to design better strategies, initiatives and policies fostering sustainability transitions of rural areas.
A novel image segmentation method was developed for mouse and rat brain MRI. In adddition, the PhD study showed that previous automated methods introduce a bias for healthy anatomy.