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Activities

Research

The Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities is conducting a number of research studies that focus on generating new knowledge about multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS).

The projects are led by either a PhD fellow or a senior scientist from the Research Centre in consultation with dissertation supervisors or other scientific partners.

This procedure ensures not only resources from other research institutions and specialists with skills not present in the Research Centre, but also a multidisciplinary approach to the subject.

Learn more about our research.

Counselling
The Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities provides counselling for Danish patients, their relatives, colleagues and employers based on the existing evidence-based knowledge and the centre’s own experiences with MCS patients throughout the years.

Social workers and health professionals can also contact the Research Centre for information.

Sharing of knowledge
The knowledge produced and accumulated by the Research Centre is shared in several ways:

  • In scientific articles published in international peer-reviewed journals. Read summaries 
  • As popular science articles in Danish 
  • Mediated through scientific lectures nationally and internationally 
  • At an annual seminar for patients, practitioners and other interested parties 
  • By educating health personnel 
  • In our Annual Report
The Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities | Ledreborg Allé 40, 2 | DK-2820 Gentofte | Phone + 45 39 77 73 04 | Last updated 23.10.12 | Contact web editor
The Research Centre is funded by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and is a part of the Department of Dermato-Allergology at Copenhagen University Hospital, Gentofte