Year of birth: 1980
2007, Accepted as a PhD student at Lund University
2007, Master in psychology, Lund University
2002, Accepted at the Masters programme in Psychology, Lund University
2000, Upper secondary school, social science oriented programme, Nicolaiskolan Helsingborg
1999, Honorary graduation, Mt. Vernon High School, IN, USA.
2009, Attended SDGP:s summer school aimed at Multivariate and Bivariate modelling with twin data
2009, Researcher at the Swedish Prison and Probation Services (Kriminalvården)
2009, Co-principal investigator of CATSS-18, a three year follow-up of Developmental Outcomes of neurodevelopmental problems in a Genetic twin Study in Sweden (DOGSS)
2007-2008 PTP psychologist, Forensic Psychiatric Clinic, Malmö University Hospital
2007, Attended preparatory research course aimed at twin methodology at Karolinska Institutet.
2006, Responsible coordinator for Developmental Outcomes of neurodevelopmental problems in a Genetic twin Study in Sweden (DOGSS) (ongoing).
2006-2007, Worked with Henrik Anckarsäter with the funding of Developmental Outcomes of neurodevelopmental problems in a Genetic twin Study in Sweden (DOGSS).
2005-2006, Worked at the forensic psychiatric clinic in Malmö as an attendant.
2005, Psychological candidate at the forensic psychiatry clinic in Malmö.
2008 – Teacher at Malmö Högskola (Malmö College, Sweden), mainly responsible for the subject “AD/HD and its relationship to criminality” (continuous seminars).
2010 Diagnostic Interview for Social and Communication disorders (DISCO) certified
2008, proof reading and reference control on a book written by Professor Henrik Anckarsäter about psychopathy (ongoing).
2008, Children´s Global Assessment Scale certified.
2007, Autism Diagnostic Interview – revised certified.
2007, Board member in the Swedish Philosophy and Psychiatry Association (ongoing).
Experienced user of the statistical programme SAS.
The British Medical Journal
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry
Swedish prison and Probation Services 2010, granted 2700 000 (SEK)
Regional research funding 2008, granted 310 000 (SEK)
RMV 2009, granted 100 00 (SEK)
RMV 2007, granted 140 000 (SEK)
Systembolaget 2007, granted 180 000 (SEK)
FAS 2006, granted 3 600 000 (SEK)
Riksbanken Jubileumsfond 2006, granted 1800 000 (SEK)
RMV 2006, granted 120 000 (SEK)
2009-2010, Co tutor for Fredrik Ljungqvist, Candidate
2009, Co-tutor for Robert Sandin, Candidate thesis
2008, Co-tutor for Marielle Nyman, Helena Andersson, Candidate thesis
Hofvander, B., Ossowski, D., Lundstrom, S., & Anckarsater, H. (2009). Continuity of
aggressive antisocial behavior from childhood to adulthood: The question of phenotype
definition. Int J Law Psychiatry.
Lundstrom, S., Haworth, C. M., Carlstrom, E., Gillberg, C., Mill, J., Rastam, M., et al.
Trajectories leading to autism spectrum disorders are affected by paternal age: findings from
two nationally representative twin studies. J Child Psychol Psychiatry.
Lundstrom S, Gillberg C, Gumpert C, Kerekes N, Råstam M, Lichtenstein P, Anckarsäter H. Autistic-like traits and their relation to psychopathology in two nation-wide twin cohorts of children and adults. Psychological medicine. Submitted
Lundstrom S, Hofvander B, Leboyer M, Anckarsater H. Schizautism. In preparation
Anckarsäter H, Lundström S, Kolberg L, Kerekes N, Carlström E, Långström N, Magnusson P, Gillberg C, Gumpert C, Råstam M, Lichtenstein P, The Child and Adolescent Twin Study in Sweden (CATSS): longitudinal design and baseline psychiatric findings. Twin research, Submitted.
Lundstrom S, Carlström E, Gillberg C, Hultman C, Ronald A, Anckarsäter H, Plomin, R, Lichtensten P, Reichenberg A. Young Parental Age predicts AD/HD. In preparation
Speaker at the yearly Sedish prison and Probation services research meeting (January 26-28, 2010)
Speaker at the Scandinavian Prison and Probation services yearly Research and Development meeting (28 September - 1 of August, 2009)
Speaker at the 30th International Congress on Law and Mental Health
(University of Padua 2007, June 25-30, 2008)