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GAMUT – Music Therapy

GAMUT – Music Therapy

The Relationships Between Music and Health

GAMUT’s researchers investigate the professional use of music therapy as a treatment used within the primary and specialist health care services.

GAMUT’s approach is interdisciplinary, and our research culture supports RCTs and meta-analyses particularly well. Projects also include use of mixed methods.

Via POLYFON knowledge cluster for music therapy, the centre builds partnerships with a range of health care and welfare services in the region within psychiatric ward, child welfare, correctional services, neurorehabilitation and education.

GAMUT recruits excellent researchers from around the world and works in the international front-line of the area.

Kontaktperson
Viggo Krüger

GAMUT – musikkterapi Research Director GAMUT - Bergen

vikr@norceresearch.no

Multiple Perspectives in Interdisciplinary Contexts

The research group is part of the The Grieg Academy Music Therapy Research Centre (GAMUT), a twin centre regulated by an agreement of collaboration between the University of Bergen and the institute NORCE Norwegian Research Centre.

GAMUT is the publisher of two prominent international music therapy journals: Nordic Journal of Music Therapy and Voices

Meet the Team
Christian Gold

Research Professor - Bergen
chgo@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 72 32
+47 975 01 757

Claire Ghetti

Senior Researcher - Bergen
clgh@norceresearch.no

Harald Lexander

Researcher - Bergen
harl@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 76 59

Jörg Assmus

Senior Researcher - Bergen
jras@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 72 06

Karin Antonia Mössler

Senior Researcher - Bergen
kams@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 72 66
+47 974 79 289

Lucja Bieleninik

Senior Researcher - Bergen
lubi@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 72 13

Maren Metell

Researcher - Bergen
mmet@norceresearch.no

Marianna Ruiz Loria

Research Fellow - Bergen
maru@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 73 13

Monika Geretsegger

Senior Researcher - Bergen
moge@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 72 30
+47 469 28 297

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