Projects

​The NID Group works within three areas: Chronotherapeutics, Neurostimulation and Built Environment


Chronotherapeutics 

  • The effect of Circadian Reinforcement Therapy (CRT) implemented by electronic self-monitoring (CRT) for depression (SAFE-II study)
  • Daylight, what makes the difference?
  • State of light in humans
  • The effect of Circadian Reinforcement Therapy (CRT) implemented by electronic self-monitoring (CRT) for depression (SAFE-I study)

Neurostimulation 

  • NADA: The usability of ear acupuncture in affective disorders outpatient setting
  • The usability of Transcutaneous Vagal Nerve Stimulation (t-VNS) in treatment resistant depression
  • DUAG-8: The effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) in depression - a DUAG collaborating study
  • The neurobiology of seasonal affective disorder: Exploring the high prevalence in severe visual impairment (BlindSAD)

Built Environment 

  • Daylight as a Driver for Healthier Energy Optimization
  • ROOM-LIGHT feasibility: Dynamic LED-light as treatment for depressed patients in inpatient wards – a feasibility trial
  • ROOM-LIGHT efficacy: Dynamic LED-light versus usual care for depressed inpatients. A randomised clinical trial
  • ROOM-LIGHT 1:1 NY PSYKIATRI BISPEBJERG: Optimizing daylight and dynamic LED artificial light in a new building class 2020 construction using Lattitude Compensated Architectural Lighting (L-CAL)
  • Daylight and Green Cities