One of our key priorities is to promote the collaboration of scientific research into ADHD with evidence-based information and supporting the efforts of its members who provide support for children, adolescents, adults, parents and families, employers and other professionals who work with them across Europe, in an effort to combat ignorance, stigma and intolerance with regard to ADHD across Europe. We advocate for the right of people living with ADHD on various platforms and when policy makers are in attendance at the European Parliament based in Brussels, Belgium.

ADHD Europe’s role in research projects is

  • sharing the voices and experiences of the communities we represent to researcher
  • participating various meetings, conferences and workshops sharing collective experiences of people living with ADHD so that evidenced based information can better reach the public in an understandable way
  • disseminating and communicating to the public via our various channels on social media, newsletters and our website

Below by clicking more information on each research project you will find a summary of the project with aims, support organisation activites , various investigations carried out by researchers, public information with evidenced based information that is easy and understandable to grasp for everyone with/without ADHD.

R2D2- MH 

Risk & Resilience in Developmental Diversity & Mental Health

R2D2-MH Project logo

New Brain Nutrition

Effects of Nutrition and Lifestyle on Impulsive, Compulsive & Externalizing behaviours

Candy – ADHD, Autism & Epilepsy

Co-morbid analsys of Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Epilepsy

Timespan – Managing ADHD & Cardiometabolic diseases

Management of chronic cardiometabolic disease and treatment discontinuity in adult ADHD patients

More Information – Timespan

Mind – ADHD & Autism

Investigates the clinical, cellular and molecular aspects of ADHD and autism

CoCa – ADHD Cormobidity

Investigates the shared causal mechanisms of ADHD, depression, substance abuse and obesity. An intervention study with light therapy and exercise aims to improve quality of life


Investigates aggression in ADHD and conduct disorder


Study long-term safety in ADHD treatment during November 2011 and April 2016

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