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Hvidovre Hospital - a part of Copenhagen University Hospital

Hvidovre Hospital


Our vision

Research activities are a vital aspect of our vision in our effort to create equity in health as a fundamental and necessary part of the development of patient treatment, care and rehabilitation. 

All professions and clinical departments have an obligation to perform research to optimise and implement existing knowledge and to create new knowledge to improve future treatment and care of our patients in the clinical setting and after discharge.

Main strategic research areas

  • Functional and biomedical imaging
  • Chronic inflammation
  • Infections
  • Lifestyle diseases
  • Optimising patient treatment

Collaborating partners

  • Hospitals in the Capital Region of Denmark
  • National and international universities and colleges
  • Surrounding local authorities
  • Medical and pharmaceutical companies

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Research and Innovation in the Capital Region of Denmark
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Latest publications rss

  1. Systematic review and meta-analysis: assessment of factors affecting disability in inflammatory bowel disease and the reliability of the inflammatory bowel disease disability index

    Lo, B., Prosberg, M. V., Gluud, L. L., Chan, D. W., Leong, R. W., van der List, E., van der Have, M., Sarter, H., Gower-Rousseau, C., Peyrin-Biroulet, L., Vind, I. & Burisch, J. 1 Jan 2018 In : Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 47, 1, p. 6-15

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  2. Is negative self-referent bias an endophenotype for depression?: An fMRI study of emotional self-referent words in twins at high vs. low risk of depression

    Miskowiak, K. W., Larsen, J. E., Harmer, C. J., Siebner, H. R., Kessing, L. V., Macoveanu, J. & Vinberg, M. 1 Jan 2018 In : Journal of Affective Disorders. 226, p. 267-273

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  3. Local dynamic stability during treadmill walking can detect children with developmental coordination disorder

    Speedtsberg, M. B., Christensen, S. B., Stenum, J., Kallemose, T., Bencke, J., Curtis, D. J. & Jensen, B. R. 1 Jan 2018 In : Gait & posture. 59, p. 99-103

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article