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Deutsch Ursula Wiedermann-Schmidt

Important achievements in research, teaching and patient care characterise the Centre for Pathophysiology, Infectiology and Immunology. It acts as a "bridge" between medical theory and clinical practice.

Researching diseases in order to prevent or treat them more efficiently - this motto unites the institutes at the Centre for Pathophysiology, Infectiology and Immunology. "Our approach is to find out what the immunological and infectiological causes of diseases are.  With knowledge of disease processes as well as certain pathogens and how they affect people and their immune system, new treatment strategies can be found," says Ursula Wiedermann-Schmidt, explaining the basic approach of her organisational unit, which she has headed since January 2020.

21. March 2024

Science Ambassador of March: Michiel Wijnveld

Michiel Wijnveld of the Institute for Hygiene and Applied Immunolgy has been chosen by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research as…
19. March 2024

“Emerging Fields” Austria": Research grant of 5.7 million euros approved by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) for therapy of osteosarcomaosarkoms

Austria is further expanding its leading position in basic research. "Devising Advanced TCR-T Cells to Eradicate OsteoSarcoma", or "DART2OS" in short,…
18. March 2024

Two new publications in Nr 1 journal “Water Research”

The research group Water Hygiene proudly annouces the introduction and description of a novel and easy-to-interpret parameter for the stability of…
14. March 2024

Shinya Sakaguchi receives a Principal Investigator Project funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF

Shinya Sakaguchi’s research project “Role of PATZ1 for memory CD8+ T cell differentiation” has been approved for funding by the Austrian Science Fund…
29. April 2024 14:00 PM-16:30 PM
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27. September 2024 9:00 AM-18:00 PM
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