New grant to Mia Asplund

For the second year in a row, Mia Asplund has received a grant from the Mental Health Fund (Fonden för Psykisk Hälsa).

The grant is for the last part of Mia’s PhD research project, a randomized controlled study (RCT) testing the effect of internet based behavior therapy for dermatillomania.

100 000 kr for interesting and important research.


Photo: Micke Sandström

Elin Lindsäter receives grant for primary care research

Elin Lindsäter recently received a two-year grant, “clinical postdoc in primary care”!  🎊

The grant is a part of a larger fund announcement within primary care. The SLSO Research, Development and Education commettee (SLSO’s FoUU-kommitté) describes the investment as an effort to strengthen and renew the clinically oriented medical research that improves and develops healthcare, with a focus on the role of primary care in the healthcare system.

Elin Lindsäter is a lic. Psychologist and PhD at Karolinska Institutet. She works at Gustavsberg primary care center where she, along with her clinical research, works with education and implementation of evidence-based treatments for conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders and stress-related disorders. 

Swedish Research Council gives grant to Christian Rück

V for Victory: Erik Andersson, Volen Ivanov and Christian Rück.

The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) has awarded our group leader a half-time position (“forskare på halvtid i klinisk miljö”) for a maximum of 6 years and the position comes with a yearly contribution of 880000 SEK.