Facebook post by University of Helsinki

Finland is a unique environment for a researcher of genetics, and that's why Mark Daly, a Harvard professor and man of more than 130,000 citations, is now working at the University of Helsinki. – The research opportunities are exceptional. My goal is to turn FIMM into a research centre that could attract the best researchers and students of biology from around Europe, Daly says.
From Harvard to Finland: Mark Daly wants to turn Helsinki into the CERN of genetic research | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Geneticist Mark Daly has arrived, with ambitious plans, an impressive number of citations and four children in tow.