Welcome

 

The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Applied Diagnostics (lbi:ad) is a translational research institution of the Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft which is combining a team of transdisciplinary scientists, academic and industrial partners from several countries. It follows a new dual biomarker concept for tumor diagnosis. The focus of the institute lies on the development of non-invasive diagnostic methods combining molecular epigenetic and genetic signatures with molecular imaging biomarkers for PET and SPECT analysis. The combination of these two methods will allow for improved functional, spatial and temporal assessment of tumor load and molecular tumor characterization.

If you like to support our research, donations are very welcome. For bank details, please send a short request to office@lbiad.lbg.ac.at.

Thank you very much!

2nd Scientific Advisory Board Meeting

A bit over one year after meeting with our Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) for the first time, our LBI:AD had...
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2nd Scientific Advisory Board Meeting

What about industry?

Thomas Dillinger, PhD student of our LBI’s Program Line Molecular Pathology, has spent two months with Boehringer Ingelheim in Vienna...
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What about industry?

Japan – One Year Later

By Loan Tran, PhD student, PL Molecular Pathology, Egger group Internship (05.02.18-30.03.18) at Division of Pharmacotherapeutics, Keio University Faculty of...
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Japan – One Year Later

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Dr. med. univ. Johannes Längle to the Researcher of the Month Award! Fitting to this month’s Colorectal Cancer...
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Congratulations!

13th OGNMB Congress in January 2019

The 13th National OGNMB Congress took place from the 23rd to the 25th of January 2019 in Zell am See...
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13th OGNMB Congress in January 2019

Markus Zeitlinger received several grants

Congratulations to Markus Zeitlinger, head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and key researcher of LBI:AD’s program line Clinical Applications....
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Markus Zeitlinger received several grants

Johannes Längle erhielt den Theodor-Billroth-Preis

(Wien, 08-01-2019) Der Theodor-Billroth-Preis der Wiener Ärztekammer ging heuer dreigeteilt mit Johannes Koren und Johannes Längle an zwei Forscher der...
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Johannes Längle erhielt den Theodor-Billroth-Preis

LBG Meeting for Health Sciences 2018

The LBG Meeting for Health Sciences 2018 took place in Vienna on the 29th and 30th of November. The focus...
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LBG Meeting for Health Sciences 2018

Press conference “Movember”

To raise awareness for men’s health issues, the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Applied Diagnostics hold together with representatives of the Medical...
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Press conference “Movember”

Der LBG Weinherbst 2018

"Wir waren auf der Suche nach Druckpunkten bei der Diagnose, Behandlung und Rehabilitation von Unfallverletzungen. Diese haben wir bei einer...
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Der LBG Weinherbst 2018