The Swedish Network for Register-Based Research (SWE-REG) is a collaboration between eight research nodes – seven research environments and a graduate school in register-based research. The network strives to use register-based data for research that may benefit people’s health and well-being.


 The Swedish Interdisciplinary Graduate School in Register-Based Research (SINGS) 

New call 2021 – application period is 14 April–17 May (at 14.00). Application through Prisma.

More information about SINGS and call can be found here

 Please see full announcement and information about the application process here

Programme begins end of November 2021

SWE-REG Spring Meeting 2021

 ”Machine learning methods in the medical and social sciences”

The SWE-REG Spring meeting took place the 24th March between 09.00 and 15.00 on Zoom in the form of a webinar

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Program SWE-REG Spring Meeting 2021 

Program with abstracts SWE-REG Spring Meeting 2021

Presentations from morning session 

Posters from afternoon session