Research

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Research

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The research of the Institute is mainly focused on biological indicators on long-term strain, for example the balance between mobilization of energy and anabolism and so called disturbances of regulations. We find such disturbances in bodily systems, such as brain activity – which, with use of EEG, can be measured even during normal activity in ordinary days – the immune system, the coagulation system, blood pressure and heart activity. The long-term objective of our research is to contribute to improved public health.

Our research is broadly organised into three major categories:

Stress Research Institute publications

Below you can search for publications from our researchers. The list is continuously updated but might not include all of the most recent research or publications before 2008. For posters and reports in Swedish please see the Swedish version of this page.

Contact

Division for Sleep & Alertness Research
Göran Kecklund
Phone: +46 (0)8 553 789 12
goran.kecklund@su.se

Division for Epidemiology
Hugo Westerlund
Phone: +46 (0)8 553 789 46
hugo.westerlund@su.se

Division for Psychoneuroimmunology
Mats Lekander
Phone: +46 (0)8 553 789 33
mats.lekander@su.se

Sleep Laboratory
John Axelsson
john.axelsson@su.se

Teaser link to Stockholm University's Research Database
Teaser link to DiVA (publications database) at Stockholm University