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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
NORMENT Annual Report 2021
Apr. 1, 2022 10:24 AM
Our 2021 Annual Report is now published.
Is there a genetic link between the risk of schizophrenia and the surface of the brain?
Feb. 23, 2022 3:36 PM
The genes that influence the risk of developing schizophrenia appear to be the same genes that affect the thickness and size of the surface of the brain.
The Institute of Clinical Medicine receives funding for interdisciplinary research on COVID-19 and mental disorders
Jan. 12, 2022 11:38 AM
Professor Torbjørn Omland and Professor Ole Andreassen will lead the projects, which will be awarded up to NOK 25 million each through Fellesløft IV.
- Genetic overlap between mood instability and alcohol-related phenotypes suggests shared biological underpinnings Aug. 11, 2022 2:00 AM
- Brain Morphometric Correlates of Depressive Symptoms among Patients with and without Dementia Aug. 11, 2022 2:00 AM
- Local molecular and global connectomic contributions to cross-disorder cortical abnormalities Aug. 10, 2022 2:00 AM