K.G. Jebsen Centre for Research on Neuropsychiatric Disorders

 The centre studies causal factors and mechanisms behind common mental disorders, with the main emphasis on ADHD and related conditions that entail weakened impulse control.

Unlike somatic illnesses, there are no laboratory tests that can confirm the diagnoses, and only minimal progress has been made in pharmacological treatment in the past 50 years. This is largely because we lack knowledge about the disease mechanisms underlying such conditions.

Group leaders:

Jan Haavik
Professor at UiB

Aurora Martinez
Professor at UiB

Clive R. Bramham
Professor at UiB

Kari Klungsøyr
Professor at UiB

Tom Eichele
Professor II at UiB

Stefan Johansson
Professor at UiB

Per Knappskog
Professor II at UiB

Astri J. Lundervold
Professorat UiB

Ole Bernt Fasmer
Professorat UiB

Ketil Joachim Ødegaard
Professor UiB

Stephen V. Faraone
Distinguished Professor, SUNY Upstate Medical University

The centre in brief:

Leader: Jan Haavik
Start: 2011
Host instiution: Universitetet i Bergen
Funding: 16 + 8 MNOK
Home page: K.G. Jebsen Centre for Research on Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Contact information:

University of Bergen
BB-building, 5 th floor
Jonas Lies vei 91
N-5009 Bergen
NORWAY

Media

Universitetet i Bergen, 1.3.2017:
Vitaminmangel hos ADHD-pasienter (Vitamin deficiency in ADHD patients)

Dagens medisin, 5.1.2016:
Kronisk betennelse hos mor kan øke barnets risiko for ADHD (Chronic inflammation of the mother can increase the child’s risk of ADHD)

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