2014 in review: highlights

Dear friends,

2014 has been a good year. We have contributed to 18 publications, presented at several congresses, Evelyn Andersson and Volen Ivanov have had their half-time seminars on their steady way to a PhD and Erik Andersson was the first out of our lab to defend his thesis. We have also staged what may be the Worlds first blind breaking party. On a more serious note, several of our treatment studies have helped people who suffer. We have published the first internetbased CBT study for Body Dysmorhic Disorder with Jesper Enander as first author and stay tuned for more on BDD in 2015. We hope to do even more in 2015. If you wish to donate to our research to make it possible, contact christian.ruck@ki.se .

Oh yeah, he did it. Erik Andersson, PhD, being admired by Sabine Wilhelm and Christian Rück.
Oh yeah, he did it. Erik Andersson, PhD, being admired by Sabine Wilhelm and Christian Rück.
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Volen Ivanov in one of 2014’s many media appearences.

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Evelyn Andersson at her half-time seminar
Evelyn Andersson at her half-time seminar

Evelyn Andersson sucessfully passed her half-time seminar

Evelyn Andersson a week ago passed her half time seminar with flying coulors. We wish to thank the board: Prof Jerker Hetta, Prof Bo Melin and Assoc Prof Patrik Magnusson. The PhD is on genetics and CBT.

Evelyn Andersson at her half-time seminar
Evelyn Andersson at her half-time seminar

Half-time seminar

PosterEvelyn Andersson will have her half-time seminar for her PhD (“From DNA to Therapy – Predictors, Candidate Genes and a Gene x Environment study with national register data”) on March 28 at 2 pm at Askö, M57, Karolinska Huddinge.