Dr Anna Andreasson
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Organisation: Stress Research Institute
Phone: +46 8 5537 8903
E-Mail: anna.andreasson@stressforskning.su.se

Description:

Position
Researcher

Background/Education
PhD in medical science 2010

Research profile/Current work
I investigate factors that influence how an individual perceive their own health from a psychoneuroimmunological perspective. My focus is on inflammatory factors that are released from the immune system that give rise to a set of symptoms called sickness behaviour, including fatigue, increased pain sensitivity and malaise.

Dissertation
Self-rated health - biobehavioral determinants with focus on inflammatory factors, 2010

Selected publications

Zucchelli M, Camilleri M, Nixon Andreasson A, Bresso F, Dlugosz A, Halfvarson J, Törkvist L, Schmidt PT, Karling P, Ohlsson B, Duerr RH, Simren M, Lindberg G, Agreus L, Carlson P, Zinsmeister AR, D'Amato M. Association of TNFSF15 polymorphism with irritable bowel syndrome. Gut. 2011 Jun 2.

Carlsson AC, Andreasson AN, Wändell P. Poor Self-rated health is not associated with a high total allostatic load in type 2 diabetic patients - but high blood pressure is. Diabetes & Metabolism. 2011 May 17.

Nixon Andreasson A, Jernelöv S, Szulkin R, Undén, AL, Brismar K, Lekander M. Associations Between Leptin and Self-rated health in Men and Women. Gend Med. 2010;7(3):261-9.

Unden AL, Andreasson A, Elofsson S, Brismar K, Mathsson L, Ronnelid J, Lekander M. Inflammatory cytokines, behaviour and age as determinants of self-rated health in women. Clin Sci (Lond). 2007;112(6):363-73.

Andreasson A, Arborelius L, Erlanson-Albertsson C, Lekander M. Invited minireview: A putative role for cytokines in the impaired appetite in depression. Brain Behav Immun, 2007; 21(2): 147-52.




  
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Stockholm stress center
Project leader: Prof Torbjörn Åkerstedt
Period: 1/1/09 - 12/31/19
Svensk sammanfattningStockholm Stress Center är ett tvärvetenskapligt centrum för forskning om arbetsrelaterad stress och hälsa. Centret finansieras genom ett anslag på 50 miljoner kronor under tio år från Forskningsrådet för arbetsliv och socialvetenskap (FAS).Stockholm Stress Center består av sex ...