Helsinki University Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center


Helsinki University Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center

Short Name: HUS
Type: Hospital
Country: Finland

Helsinki University Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center is the largest and most versatile cancer treatment center in Finland providing personalized cancer treatment. The center is part of Helsinki University Hospital and is responsible for the oncological treatment of adult cancer patients within the district of Helsinki and Uusimaa, treating 15500 patients each year. HUS Cancer Center is the first in the Nordic countries accredited by the OECI, and is now designated as Comprehensive Cancer Center. The expertise of the HUS Cancer Center is recognized internationally, and its treatment outcomes are among the best in the world. HUS Comprehensive Cancer Center is strongly committed to advance cancer research. The center support clinical and translational research on a wide scale. Clinical trials conducted in the center span from small phase I studies to large phase III and IV studies from surgical oncology, radiation therapy, medical oncology haematology to palliative treatment and psychosocial aspects of cancer.



HUS will be the Coordinator of the project and will also run the pilot in Finland. In addition, HUS participates in stakeholder user requirements and analysis (WP1) and in resilience definition and assessment (WP2) whereas it will provide the required data to WP3 and WP4 for data aggregation and model development. Finally it will participate in the evaluation of the in-silico trajectory predictor (WP7) and it will actively promote and disseminate the project (WP8).




This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 777167

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