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NORMENT is a Centre of Excellence (CoE) funded by the Research Council of Norway. Our main goal is to find answers to why some people develop severe mental illness.
GeneticsDisclose the complete genetic architecture of psychotic disorders and determine their functional impact
Outcome PredictionUse genetic, environmental and clinical factors to predict disease progress and outcome
Brain imagingIdentify novel brain imaging phenotypes linking genes and clinical phenotypes in a longitudinal setting
Clinical InterventionTranslate pathophysiolical discoveries into clinical and pharmacological interventions
New study reports 64 risk genes for bipolar disorder
May 18, 2021 11:01 AM
In a large international study published in Nature Genetics, researchers at NORMENT have identified novel genetic risk variants for bipolar disorder.
NORMENT Annual Report 2020
Apr. 6, 2021 2:02 PM
Our 2020 Annual Report is now published.
Digital event: Precision psychiatry - Combining big data with stem cells
Jan. 8, 2021 12:37 PM
As part of the Oslo Life Science Conference 2021 the convergence environment 4MENT, lead by NORMENT, will be organizing a digital event on precision psychiatry on February 17th, 12-3:30 PM.
- Symptom severity moderates the outcome of attention bias modification for depression: An exploratory study May 13, 2021 2:00 AM
- Parental income and mental disorders in children and adolescents: prospective register-based study May 11, 2021 2:00 AM
- Cognitive impairment profile in adolescent early-onset psychosis using the MATRICS Battery: Age and sex effects May 10, 2021 2:00 AM