The NEAR researcher, Therese Rydberg Sterner, presents a summary of her thesis entitled: “Depression among Swedish 70-year olds: Sex differences from a gender perspective” where she found that femininity was associated with a greater burden of depressive symptoms, while androgynity and masculinity were related to a lower burden, irrespective of biological sex . To listen to more of Therese’s research work see the video below.
NEAR is looking for a highly capable system developer with a central role in the development of the national e-infrastructure for aging research (NEAR). Your daily work will include a mix of system development, maintenance of existing systems, system communication, data management (transformation, uploading, extraction) and statistical strategies for harmonization. The system developer will be […]
NEAR participated at the Swedish Meeting for Alzheimer Research in Aula Medica, Stockholm. The KI President, Ole Petter Ottersen opened the conference followed by H.M. Queen Silvia. The NEAR Scientific Coordinator, Debora Rizzuto, held a presentation about dementia research within NEAR. Other speakers during the day included the NEAR Board members, Lars Nyberg and Miia […]
The NEAR Steering Board held an E-meeting on March 7. At the meeting, various topics were discussed, such as ongoing applications and projects, new personnel, budget, the new contract for 2023-2028, and future activities in NEAR.