The COVIDMENT program brings together leading researchers in the Nordic countries and Estonia using the collaborations that CoMorMent had already established.
Take part in our international survey about how mental health data should be used.
CoMorMent’s Stakeholder Forum brings together people with personal experience and backgrounds in healthcare, research, government policy, industry and the third sector to give input on our research on mental health and cardiovascular disease. It currently includes 13 individuals from across Europe, representing Norway, Iceland, Estonia, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark and the UK.
Scientists from the University of Tartu’s Estonian Genome Center are taking part in new precision medicine initiatives that involve collaborators from across Northern Europe.
The University of Oslo has received a small grant from the Norwegian Research Council to supplement the impact of CoMorMent in Norway
Ole Andreassen is leading an EU-project that is going to investigate the relationship between mental disorders and cardiovascular diseases. The goal is to find new methods to reduce the risk of developing multiple diseases at the same time.
Getting a grant as a coordinator means that you have received a lot of trust from both the EU Horizon2020-program and from reputable colleagues.
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