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  • Christopher Gillberg on the importance of being earnest in clinical research

    [17 Mar 2017] "If there's one thing I want to recommend to younger researchers, it is to always also stay clinically involved." Christopher Gillberg, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, is now moving to a role as senior professor. No question for him of slowing down as he enters his 68th year.

  • Microwave helmet yields fast and safe evaluation of head injuries

    [8 Mar 2017] Results from a clinical study demonstrates that microwave measurements can be used for a rapid detection of intracranial bleeding in traumatic brain injuries. A recently published scientific paper shows that health care professionals get vital information and can quickly decide on appropriate treatment if patients are examined using a microwave helmet.

  • Lasting autistic traits in women with anorexia

    [7 Feb 2017] Women with anorexia display clear autistic traits, even once the eating disorder is under control and they have achieved a normal weight, according to research from Sahlgrenska Academy. The similarities between anorexia and autism in women are also seen in a part of the brain which process social skills.

  • New research paints a merciless picture of life as a deaf-blind person

    [7 Feb 2017] It is like being in a dirty glass jar, unable to reach out and with acquaintances passing by without saying hello. New research from the Sahlgrenska Academy paints a merciless picture of life with acquired deaf-blindness.

  • Nicotine creates a chronic drug memory in the brain

    [7 Feb 2017] The first period of nicotine abstinence proceeded as expected. The surprise came after three months when the lab rats suddenly became fearless and sought out well-lighted areas that prey animals normally avoid. At the same time, signaling in the brain¿s reward system changed, as shown by a study at Sahlgrenska Academy.

  • Long-term gains with early epilepsy surgery

    [26 Jan 2017] There are important, long-term gains from hastening the processes around surgical interventions against epilepsy - before the disease has had too much negative impact on brain functions and patients' lives. These are some of the findings of a thesis for which more than 500 patients were studied and followed up.

  • New findings about stem cells in the brain of patients with epilepsy

    [15 Dec 2016] Neural stem cells have been found in epileptic brain tissue - outside the regions of the brain where they normally reside. In a group of patients who underwent surgery for epilepsy, over half had stem cells where healthy individuals do not have them, according to a study from Sahlgrenska Academy.

  • New discovery may improve recovery after stroke

    [13 Dec 2016] Faster and better recovery after stroke may be the result of a newly discovered treatment strategy that created new nerve synaopses in the brain - a key factor for learning. A study at Sahlgrenska Academy showed improved ability to use the affected paw in mice that received the treatment.

  • Christopher Gillberg appointed Visiting Professor at Institut Pasteur

    [4 Oct 2016] Professor Christopher Gillberg has been appointed Visiting Professor at Institut Pasteur in Paris.

  • Omega-3 and Omega-6 Supplement Improves Reading for Children

    [14 Sep 2016] Supplement of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids may improve reading skills of mainstream schoolchildren, according to a new study from Sahlgrenska Academy, at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Children with attention problems, in particular, may be helped in their reading with the addition of these fatty acids.

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