FastEV originates from the EV research at the University of Helsinki, Finland, where Dr. Pia Siljander and Dr. Maija Puhka also founded the world’s first research laboratory infrastructure dedicated to EVs in  2016  – the EV Core (Extracellular Vesicle Core Facility).

FastEV team

Pia Siljander
Team leader

Maija Puhka
R&D manager

Thomas Lemström
Commercialization expert

Jaana Kekkonen
Technical assistant

Email addresses: firstname.lastname@fastev.fi

Collaborators and service providers

Malene Møller Jørgensen, PhD​

Aalborg University Hospital​
Senior Researcher,  Clinical Immunology​
Senior Scientist, Inventor in EV Array​
maljoe@rn.dk​
evarray.dk

Rikke Bæk, MSc

Aalborg University Hospital
MSc Engineering , Clinical Immunology
Research Engineer, Inventor in EV Array
rikke.baek@rn.dk
evarray.dk

Janne Leivo, PhD​

University of Turku​
University Lecturer, Molecular Biotechnology and Diagnostics​
Adjunct Professor, Department of Life Technologies​
jpleiv@utu.fi​
web page

Pirkko Mattila, PhD​

University of Helsinki​
Senior Researcher, Head of Unit
Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland​ FIMM
pirkko.mattila@fimm.fi​
web page

Allan Stensballe, PhD​

Aalborg University Hospital​
Associate Professor, Department of Health Science and Technology​
Faculty of Medicine, Translational Pain Biomarkers​
as@hst.aau.dk​

Bernd GiebelPhD

University Hospital Essen
Prof. Drrernat., Institute for Transfusion Medicin
bernd.giebel@uk-essen.de
web page

Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland FIMM

University of Helsinki

Biomedicum Functional Genomics Unit FuGu

University of Helsinki

GeneVia Technologies

info@geneviatechnologies.com
geneviatechnologies.com

Vesicode

info@vesicode.com​
vesicode.com

Funding