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Professorship in transfusion and cell therapies now open for applications100370html The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Helsinki will establish a professorship in transfusion and cell therapy. The arrangement is done in collaboration with the Finnish Red Cross Blood Service (FRC BS). The position has now opened for applications. ​5/20/2016 2:00:00 PM
Renewed website100250htmlWe have renewed our website and hope that our customers will find it even more useful and informative than before. We have aimed at making our site more user friendly and making information easier to find. 1/19/2016 11:00:00 AM
Renewed website100220htmlWe have renewed our website and hope that our customers will find it even more useful and informative than before. We have aimed at making our site more user friendly and making information easier to find. 1/12/2016 10:00:00 AM
The Blood Service and United Medix Laboratories Ltd have signed an agreement100160htmlThe FRCBS and YML have signed a lease agreement. United Medix Laboratories Ltd (YML) will relocate to Kivihaka in Helsinki in 2016 and sublease its premises from the Finnish Red Cross Blood Service (FRCBS). This agreement is beneficial for both parties, as the under-utilized Kivihaka facilities will be used more efficiently, and YML will consolidate its operations in one office.10/30/2015 11:40:00 AM
Blood Service makes donation to the Future Fund of the University of Helsinki100170htmlThe Finnish Red Cross Blood Service is donating EUR 750,000 to promote medical and pharmaceutical education and research. For the purpose of this donation, a Blood Service Fund has been established in connection with The 375 Future Fund of the University of Helsinki. 10/30/2015 11:40:00 AM
The Finnish Hematology Registry and Clinical Biobank supports research into haematological diseases100150htmlThe newly founded Finnish Hematology Registry and Clinical Biobank (FHRB) has began operations. The FHRB collects samples from patients with haematological diseases. Doctors and researchers use these samples to develop new treatments and drugs.10/20/2015 7:25:00 AM