The LBG Meeting for Health Sciences 2018 took place in Vienna on the 29th and 30th of November. The focus was on the translation of research results from theory into practice. Therefore, researchers were asked to submit abstracts for presentation on preclinical, clinical or implementation research with emphasis on Cardiovascular research, Haematology and cancer research, […]
To raise awareness for men’s health issues, the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Applied Diagnostics hold together with representatives of the Medical University of Vienna a press conference at the Presseclub Concordia in Vienna. The aim was to inform about the current research and therapy status of prostate cancer but also to address the importance of medical […]
“Wir waren auf der Suche nach Druckpunkten bei der Diagnose, Behandlung und Rehabilitation von Unfallverletzungen. Diese haben wir bei einer Crowdsourcing-Kampagne, die über den Sommer gelaufen ist, herausgefunden”, erzählte LBG-Präsident Josef Pröll beim Weinherbst am 22. Oktober in Wien. “800.000 Menschen verunfallen jedes Jahr und werden in österreichischen Krankenhäusern behandelt. Dabei entsteht ein wertvoller Wissensschatz, […]
Together, Thomas L. Mindt and his cooperation-partners Wolfgang Kandioller (University of Vienna) and Berthold Nock (Demokritos, Athens) received a grant by the Austrian Science Fund for the new project on “Metabolically Stabilized Peptidomimetics for Improved Tumour Targeting”. Go and read more about the project..
This podcast with Professor Gerda Egger (Department of Pathology, Medical University of Vienna and Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Applied Diagnostics) provides an overview of the current routinely used biomarkers as well as an outlook on what is on the horizon in epigenetic biomarkers.
>>The call for abstracts for the upcoming LBG Meeting for Health Sciences is now open!<< You are invited to submit your abstract on: Cardiovascular research Haematology and cancer research Regenerative medicine research and artificial organs NEW: Mental health, psychology, psychiatry Abstracts on preclinical, clinical or implementation research are welcome Abstract submission for oral presentations […]
The first MIC (Medical Imaging Cluster) Festival took place on the 14th of June 2018 at the Medical University of Vienna. Modern imaging techniques have major impact in today’s medicine. They enable improved diagnosis and lead to better patient care. The Medical Imaging Cluster oversees the collaboration of several institutions and research bodies involved in […]
A new study by scientists of the Department of Surgery of the Medical University of Vienna and Vienna General Hospital showed that DNA damages may predict the prognosis and the treatment response in colorectal liver metastases. The data refuted the preclinical experiments and revealed that DNA damages have a negative impact on the recurrence-free and […]
The Medical University of Vienna is majorly involved in the COST-Project COMULIS which is funded with more than half a Million Euro by the EU funding programme Horizon 2020 for a period of 4 years. The COST-Project was initiated by the BioImaging Austria-CMI. It was proposed by the operative director of the CMI, Andreas Walter […]
Between the 24th and 27th of May 2018 our director, Markus Mitterhauser, visited together with Wolfgang Wadsak and Markus Hartenbach the Azerbaijan National Center of Oncology in Baku. During their stay, they get to see the activities of the Azerbaijan’s National Center of Oncology as well as the research which is conducted at the center. […]