HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARI VALL D’HEBRON. VALL D’HEBRON INSTITUT DE RECERCA
Department of Psychiatry
Pg. Vall d’Hebron, 119-129
08035, Barcelona
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PI for ESR project 8

Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga, MD, PhD, MSc
 
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Project staff for ESR project 8

Marta Ribases, PhD
 
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Cristina Sánchez-Mora, PhD
 
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Iris Garcia, PhD student
 
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Mireia Pagerols, PhD student
 
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Montse Corrales, PhD
 
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Raquel Vidal, PhD student
 
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Vanesa Richarte, MD
 
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Institute presentation

Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) is a public sector institution that promotes and develops innovative biomedical research at the University Hospital Vall d'Hebron. VHIR is oriented towards finding solutions to the health problems of the citizens and has the will to contribute to the scientific, educational, social and economic development within its area of competence. The Department of Psychiatry is part of the Neuroscience Area, a section that is leading the translational research at the Institute and is becoming one of the most important clusters of research on neurological and psychiatric disorders across Europe. The Department of Psychiatry, integrated by psychiatrists, clinical pharmacologists, geneticists and statisticians, is a national reference center for ADHD. The group has expertise in clinical evaluation and patient recruitment, has excellent laboratory facilities for genetic studies as well as access to common services at the institution including the Support Unit for Biomedical Research Methodology (USMIB), the Scientific Unit technical Support (UCTS) and the Statistics and Bioinformatics Unit (BSU) that give support to analytical aspects of the different research projects.

The VHIR is committed to the development of an attractive labour market for researchers and to encourage a challenging and favourable working environment for research with equal opportunities, ethical integrity and work life balance. In early 2014 the VHIR initiated the process to obtain the European Commission HR Excellence in Research recognition.