Anna-Clara Hollander is a clinical psychologist (leg. Psykolog) with a PhD at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden researching psychiatric epidemiology among migrants, including refugees in the research group Epidemiology of PsychIatric Conditions, Substance use and Social environment (EPICSS). Anna-Clara has lived and worked in Tajikistan 2006-2008 studying PTSD and depression after their civil war and spent time as post doc at the Division of Psychiatry, University College London. Anna-Clara is now using population register-based approaches to study how refugee-experiences and migration affects psychiatric morbidity and mortality and utilisation of psychiatric care. This research awarded her the European Psychiatric Association Research Prizes 2017 in the category “Biological correlates and treatments of mental disorders”. In addition to the register-based epidemiology, Anna-Clara has also been using field epidemiological methods to study undocumented migrants and been leading various validation studies of diagnose in psychiatry registers. Anna-Clara is teaching the subjects Migrant health, Migrants mental health, Global mental health and Ethnicity and health at the bachelor, master and PhD-level at the Karolinska Institutet. In addition to the papers in peer reviewed scientific journals in the publication list below Anna-Clara has also been writing book chapters and on migrants’ mental health, transcultural psychiatry, etc and is engaged in committees of trust focusing on health among refugee and asylum seekers in Sweden.