Emotra gives priority to build alliances with internationally well recognised researchers, clinics, psychiatrists and psychologists. Below is a list with some of those who have decided to give support to EDOR:

  • Finn Bengtsson, professor in Psychiatric treatment research, Linköping University and member of the Swedish Parliament (M). One of the first Swedish academics, who realised the potential that EDOR represented. Among other things, he influences the political system
  • Heikki Lyytinen, professor in Psychology, Jyväskylä University, Finland. One of the world leading professionals within the advanced scientific field, related to the brain functions controlling orienting reactions and habituation and is of fundamental importance for electrodermal reactions
  • Jan Beskow, professor emeritus at Sahlgrenska University hospital in Göteborg. Has been a leading scientist within the field of suicide and suicide prevention from the 1960:s. He has written a statement, in which he gives strong support to Lars-Håkan Thorells objective and quantitative evaluations of suicide risks READ STATEMENT
  • Manfred Wolfersdorf, professor in psychiatry and chief executive at the Bayreuth city clinic. He is one of the leading German scientists in the field and well known all over the world. Co-author together with Lars-Håkan Thorell on a scientific article reporting on the results from a study on 783 German patients. This paper was recently accepted for publication in International Journal of Psychiatric Research.
  • Marcin Wojnar, professor in psychiatry, at the First Department of Psychiatry Medical University of Warsaw. Leading scientist in the field in Poland.
  • Marie Åsberg, professor emerita at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Still active as scientist and her research group have bought the EDOR product for use in their research. She is one of the worlds leading scientists in the psychiatric field.
  • Mark Williams, Professor in clinical psychology at the University of Oxford, Great Britain. Internationally well recognised as a leading scientist within the field of mindfulness therapy, cognitive theory and suicide.
  • Niels Bierbaumer, professor in Psychology in Tübingen, Germany. One of the world leading scientists within the field of psychophysiology.
  • Roland Straub, a leading psychologist in Ravensburg, Germany. Was responsible for examining the 783 patients in the Swedish- German study. Co-author together with Lars-Håkan Thorell on the scientific paper.
  • Sergio Perez, professor in psychiatry in Havana, Cuba. Founder of World Suicidology, a division within the global psychiatric academy.
  • Tadeusz Parnowski, professor in psychiatry at the Second Department of Psychiatry Medical University of Warsaw. Will participate in Emotra clinical multicentre study on the use of EDOR for tests of depressed patients.
  • Tadeusz Piotrowski, Head of the neurophysiological laboratory at the Medical University of Warsaw, Department of Psychiatry. Will participate in Emotra clinical multicentre study on the use of EDOR for tests of depressed patients. Will also combine this study with his own research.
  • Wolfgang Kaschka, professor in psychiatry at the psychiatric hospital Weissenau in Ravensburg, Germany. Co-author together with Lars-Håkan Thorell on the scientific paper on the Swedish- German study. Leading European scientist in psychiatry.