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The Swedish Research Council

Vetenskapsrådet
Box 1035
SE-101 38 Stockholm

Phone number

+46 (0)8-546 44 000

Email

vetenskapsradet@vr.se

Visitor address

Västra Järnvägsgatan 3external link
SE-111 64 Stockholm

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Office for Clinical Studies

Kronhusgatan 7
411 05 Göteborg

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+46 (0)31-757 41 75

Email

kliniskastudier@vr.se

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Tulegatan 11, 3 tr
113 53 Stockholm

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+46 (0)90-205 91 00

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info@sunet.se

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