Who we are

Group leader Christian Rück, MD PhD

We are a researchgroup at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Insitutet.  Läs om oss på svenska här.

Christian Rück, MD PhD, Associate Professor (docent) Group leader
christian.ruck@ki.se

Christian Rück is a psychiatrist and researcher based at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. Clinically he works with Internetpsykiatri.se, an internet-based CBT service and the OCD clinic at Psychiatry Southwest, located at the Karolinska Universityhospital Huddinge. He is the leader of a research group that focuses on internet-based CBT, OCD and related disorders including hoarding and body image problems. Another research focus is the relationship between genetic variation and response to psychological treatment.
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/J-4396-2012

Diana Radu Djurfeldt, MD, PhD, affiliated. Focus area: Deep Brain Stimulation

Erik Andersson, psychologist, PhD student. Focus area: internetbased CBT for OCD
erik.m.andersson@ki.se

Volen Ivanov, psychologist, PhD student. Focus area: hoarding
volen.ivanov@ki.se

Evelyn Andersson, psychologist, PhD student. Focus area: genetics of CBT
evelyn.andersson@ki.se

Jesper Enander, psychologist, PhD student. Focus area:BDD
jesper.enander@ki.se

Jesper Enander is a psychologist and Ph.D. student at Karolinska Institutet. He works part time at a OCD clinic at Psychiatry Southwest, located at Karolinska University hospital in Huddinge. His main focus are Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), and research areas are Internet delivered CBT, epidemiological research using twin methodology, and neurocognitive functioning.

Johan Larsson, MD, affiliated. Focus area: Neurosurgical treatment of OCD

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