Published: 13-02-2024 10:30 | Updated: 13-02-2024 10:31

Vladimir Carli appointed as the new head of NASP at KI

Portrait of Dr Carli in front of a white background.
Dr Vladimir Carli, NASP. Photo: Bildmakarna

Senior lecturer and senior physician Vladimir Carli has been appointed as the new head of the National Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention (NASP) at Karolinska Institutet.

On January 1, 2024, Vladimir Carli, MD, PhD, assumed his new role as the head of NASP at the Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME) at Karolinska Institutet. Vladimir Carli is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and has been working for several years as senior lecturer at KI and senior physician at Center for health economics, informatics and healthcare research (CHIS) at Stockholm Healthcare Services (SLSO). He has been working at NASP since 2009, where his research focused on the determinants of suicide and mental health problems to develop and evaluate new preventive interventions.

– I am really looking forward to making meaningful contributions and achieving new milestones together with our coworkers and to continue our close collaboration with NASP at Region Stockholm, the World Health Organization and our international networks of researchers, says Vladimir Carli. 

About NASP

Since 1993, the National Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention (NASP) has worked to assist the government and the Stockholm Region’s decision-makers and residents, with knowledge base, knowledge development, and knowledge dissemination. NASP is a collaborative centre that consists of several units that are organised under two main principals: Karolinska Institutet (KI) and Stockholm County Health Care Area (SLSO) at Region Stockholm. NASP is also a WHO collaborating centre for research, method development, and education in suicide prevention.