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Research Centres

AgeCap - Centre for Ageing and Health
The Centre intends to take a holistic view of the aging person. The task will be to gather researchers in areas such as psychiatry, psychology, social work, sociology, rehabilitation and neurochemistry.
Web site: www.agecap.gu.se/english

CELAM - Centre for Ethics, Law and Mental Health
The centre conducts, supports and disseminates research about mental disorders, aggressive behaviour and moral and legal responsibility in an inter-disciplinary framework.
Web site: www.celam.gu.se

Centre for Psychiatry
The centre want to encourage clinical psychiatric research and teaching, providing a forum for scientific exchange and to encourage interdisciplinary research.
Web site: www.psykiatricentrum.gu.se/english

GNC - Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre
GNC brings together prominent clinical researcher in neuropsychiatry, neurodevelopment and eating disorders. The aim is that within five years, double research activity in the field of autism, ADHD, and anorexia nervosa, and leave a lasting contribution to advancement of knowledge.
Web site: www.gnc.gu.se/english

Stroke Centre West
Aims to create a dynamic venue for collaboration and knowledge sharing among stroke researchers in the region of Västra Götaland.
Web site: http://strokecentrumvast.gu.se/english

The Sahlgrenska Center for Pediatric Ophthalmology Research
The Sahlgrenska Center for Pediatric Ophthalmology Research at the Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology at the University of Gothenburg is a new strategic research center focused on vascular and neural development research. Our Center is based on partnerships between industry, clinical and experimental sciences as well as applied mathematics.
Web site: http://rop.gu.se

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