The Queen opens the Gillberg Centre
The Queen with Christopher Gillberg. Photo: Johan Wingborg
On Thursday 26 May, The Queen opened the Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre.
The centre has been launched to bring together leading researchers within the fields of neuropsychiatry, developmental neurology and eating disorders. The aim is that established collaborative projects should be expanded both nationally and internationally, and that the centre should also disseminate research findings. The centre is named after — and led by — Christopher Gillberg, who is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
At the opening ceremony, The Queen also had the opportunity to listen to a talk by British Professor Brian Neville on the theme of febrile convulsions and neuropsychiatry.