The LBI Trauma is a research institute of the Ludwig Boltzmann Society and located within the AUVA Center for Trauma Research. Its mission is to improve diagnostic and therapeutic measures in trauma care with a specific focus on the areas of intensive care and tissue regeneration.
Cluster Coordinator: Heinz Redl
Neuro Regeneration: David Hercher
Soft Tissue Regeneration & Imaging: Paul Slezak
Bone Regeneration: Darja Marolt
Cartilage Regeneration: Sylvia Nürnberger
Molecular biology: Ara Hacobian
Cell Biology: Susanne Wolbank
The Medical University of Vienna is one of the oldest medical schools in the world and one of Europe’s top level research institutions. The university provides Europe’s largest hospital, the Vienna General Hospital, with its medical staff. Teaching, research and clinic are the main pillars that the university is built on.
The Bernhard-Gottlieb University Dental School is a teaching and research institution for dental medicine. It is a subsidiary of the Medical University Vienna.
Dental: Andreas Moritz
Competence Center Oral Biology: Reinhard Gruber
Competence Center for Tissue Engineering and Cell Based Therapies: Hermann Agis
The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU) is a teaching and research center for renewable resources. It connects natural sciences, engineering and economic sciences and aims at contributing to the conversation and protection of resources for future generations.
Cell Therapy: Johannes Grillari, Regina Grillari
The University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien is a research-oriented institution of higher learning. It was the first University of Applied Sciences in Austria and is now Austria’s largest purely technical University of Applied Sciences. A strong emphasis both in teaching and research is put on the combination of theory and practical application.Biochemical Engineering: Dominik Rünzler
Biomaterials: Andreas Teuschl
The Paracelsus Medical Private University is organized as a private foundation with locations in Salzburg and Nuremberg. Teaching, research and patient care are the main pillars of the university. A special focus is put on clinical research to provide the best possible health care with the latest methods.
Tendon STEM: Andreas Traweger
Central Nervous System: Ludwig Aigner
The Technical University Vienna is Austria’s largest research and education institution in the scientific and technological spectrum. The university follows the mission “technology for people” and aims at developing scientific and educational excellence. It is the leading Austrian university regarding the number of Austrian patents.
Material Printing: Jürgen Stampfl
Mathematical Modeling: Christian Hellmich
Polymers: Robert Liska
Microfluidics: Peter Ertl
MS-Imaging: Martina Marchetti-Deschmann
Experimental Biomechanics: Philipp Thurner
Molecular Microscopy: Gehard Schütz
3D Bioprinting: Aleks Ovsianikov
The Medical University of Innsbruck is a teaching and research institution that aims at being the leading center of medicine in Western Austria. Science, research, teaching and patient care are the core tasks that the university focuses on.
Extracorporeal shock wave treatment: Johannes Holfeld
The Paris Lodron University of Salzburg is a teaching and research institution that was founded by Prince Archbishop Paris Lodron in 1622. The university emphasises on research-oriented teaching and nationally and internationally recognised research as well as social objectives.
Aging STEM: Günter Lepperdinger
The Red Cross of Upper Austria and the blood bank Linz belong to the Austrian Red Cross. Besides providing emergency ambulances and catastrophe assistance, the Red Cross has a blood programme that handles blood donations and their analysis with a strong emphasis on laboratory work and research.
STEM–GMP: Anja Peterbauer-Scherb
The University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria is a teaching and research institution with a focus on practice-orientation. Its fields of competence are distrubuted to four campuses in different towns in Upper Austria, with Linz being specialized in Social Services and Health Technologies.
Nanoscience: Jaroslaw Jacak
After being part of the University of Graz as a faculty for nearly 150 years, the Medical University of Graz was officially founded in 2004.
Its innovative capacity is bundled in four research fields and the general approach of sustainable health research.
In 2012 it became the first university in Austria to celebrate a White Coat Ceremony.
Regenerative Medicine: Lars Kamolz