Addiction Biology Unit
Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology
Section of Psychiatry and Neurochemistry
Phone: +46 31 342 2168
Sejla Brkic has a Master's Degree in Pharmaceutical Bioscience from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden (Gothenburg, 2008). She is currently a first year doctoral student at Sahlgrenska Academy and engaged in experimental clinical research examining gender differences in the subjective effects of alcohol. The title of her doctoral thesis is: “Stress, gender and genetics interaction with alcohol effects in humans”. Supervisor: Anna Söderpalm Gordh.
“Stress interactions with alcohol in humans”, Söderpalm Gordh AHV, Brkic S, Söderpalm B, University of Gothenburg.
“Subjective Effects of Stress and Alcohol between women and men”, Brkic S, Söderpalm B, Söderpalm Gordh AHV, University of Gothenburg.
Abstracts and Oral presentations
“Subjective Effects of Stress and Alcohol between women and men”, Brkic S, Söderpalm B, Söderpalm Gordh AHV. The 12th Congress of European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism, ESBRA, Finland (7-10 June, 2009), abstract.
“Stress, alcohol och könsskillnader”, Brkic S. Biologisk Psykiatri, Congress of Swedish Federation of Society of Biological Psychiatry, Saltsjöbaden, Sweden (4-6 September, 2008), oral presentation.