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The research has the main academic responsibility for clinical research at NORMENT - K.G. Jebsen / TOP project. We conduct research on the clinical effects of environmental risk factors, symptoms and course of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Our group performs research on pregnancy complications, gynaecological cancer and urogynaecology.
The research group investigates the effect of psychotherapy with the aim of increasing the knowledge on what sort of therapy works best for which disorders and for whom.
The group works on different projects related to or derived from gastrointestinal endoscopy.
The group has a broad approach to dementia research.
The group focuses upon different aspects of delirium (acute confusional state) in the elderly: occurrence, risk factors, prognosis, prevention, treatment and pathophysiological mechanisms.
The goal of this research group is to generate knowledge of the mechanisms and consequences of trauma, patient care, trends and challenges in treatment and rehabilitation, including the patient's healthcare needs, with the main focus being on traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).
The goal of this research unit is to develop knowledge within diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation of painful conditions, with a focus on neck, back and shoulders.
The research group is engaged in researcher initiated studies of hypertension as a risk factor for cardiovascular and renal disease. We want to improve our understanding of the patients' perspectives by investigating new methods to improve adherence to antihypertensive medications.
We conduct research within clinical studies of acute poisonings, in particular regarding epidemiology, treatment, complications and prognosis.
The research group studies mental illness among children and adolescents by using a variety of methods and perspectives.
OMT is a long-term treatment of heroin addiction using drugs together with psychosocial interventions.
Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the bile ducts. Norwegian PSC Research Center was formally founded in 2008, but PSC research in Oslo dates back more than 30 years.
We study the immunology of T and B lymphocytes, and their impact on autoimmune diseases and immunosurveillance of cancer. We also aim at developing more powerful vaccines.