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Would you like to donate money in order to support research in child neuropsychiatry?

The Swedish Child Neuropsychiatry Science Foundation’s main purpose is to further scientific research, developmental work and education in child neuropsychiatry with special focus on children, adolescents and certain adults with autism and autism spectrum disorders. Professor Christopher Gillberg is the chairman of the foundation and he has held the position since the foundation started in 1994.

What does The Swedish Child Neuropsychiatry Science Foundation do?
The foundation supports researchers at different levels e.g. university students (during summer break), PhD students, postdocs and visiting professors. Applications for grants can include research projects, scholarships, conference trips and postdoc residence. The foundation collaborates with the Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre (GNC) regarding seminars in child neuropsychiatry. One example of activity founded by The Swedish Child Neuropsychiatry Science Foundation in collaboration with the GNC is the lecture held by Dr. Susan Swedo on PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections).
In addition, the foundation accepts donations from individuals and foundations.

Would you like to donate money to the Swedish Child Neuropsychiatry Science Foundation?
If you would like to donate money to the foundation the easiest way is to deposit money into the foundation’s bank account at the bank SEB: 5760 10 061 66 (SE Banken, 405 04 Göteborg; IBAN: SE7550000000057601006166; SWIFT: ESSESESS). The foundation’s corporate identity is: 855100-8793

Address: Stiftelsen för vetenskapligt arbete inom barnneuropsykiatri (The Swedish Child Neuropsychiatry Science Foundation), Kungsgatan 12, SE-411 19 GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN.
E-mail: anna.spyrou@gnc.gu.se



Page Manager: Anna Spyrou|Last update: 5/10/2017

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