Major interdisciplinary EU project on mental health


Mental illness is a societal challenge and causes great suffering for the individuals affected. Daniel Globisch and Jonas Bergquist, within the research programme for Analytical Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry - BMC, participate in a large interdisciplinary research project that integrates both biological, medical and social aspects. The purpose of RE-MEND is to increase knowledge and develop better strategies to be able to prevent, instead of treat, mental disorders.

The project Building Resilience against Mental illness during Endocrine-sensitive life stages (RE-MEND) has 15 participating partners, is funded by the EU program Horizon Europe, and coordinated by Joëlle Rüegg at the Department of Organismal Biology.

Read the entire article about the project on Uppsala University's central website.

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Last modified: 2022-09-22