Mission Statement

This doctoral program intends to provide an internationally competitive scientific training of doctoral students in innovative pharma, food and sport research. The school wants to attract motivated students and to guide them towards scientific excellence and independence in a truly unique and dynamic multi-as well as interdisciplinary environment to finally become well-educated, open-minded and responsible graduates.

Welcome Message by Jean-Robert Tyran, Vice-Rector for Research and International Affairs

14.04.2021
 

Leistungsfördernd, blutdrucksenkend, gefäßerweiternd – das sind nur einige der nachweislich positiven Wirkungen der Roten Rübe. Oliver Neubauer, Ernährungswissenschafter an der Uni Wien, untersucht aktuell in einer klinischen FWF-Studie, ob das Wundergemüse auch präventiv medizinische sowie...

06.04.2021
 

On April 6 at 18.00 Univ.-Prof. Manfred Ogris from the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences is invited in the podcast "Ars Boni" (Episode 135) and talkes about vaccines, vaccine development and the vaccination prioritisations. The Department of Innovation and Digitization in Law of the University...

23.03.2021
 

We are delighted to invite all PhaNuSpo members to our first virtual Info Meeting on March 23, 2021! We have put together an attractive program with a mix of live and recorded messages, presentations, quizzes and prizes. This 45-minute-long program will be followed by virtual breakout rooms for our...

15.03.2021
 

Experts from the University of Vienna explain their research in regards with the COVID-19 pandemic, and assess the importance of the corona vaccination for the universityas such and the society as a whole. Participating PhaNuSpo experts are Lea Ann Dailey, Judith Rollinger and Gerhard Ecker. [in...

11.03.2021
 

Thursday 11 March 2021, 9:00-13:45

Join the online presentations at moodle.univie.ac.at/mod/bigbluebuttonbn/guestlink.php

Within the first year after admission, the PhD graduate will have to present his/her doctoral thesis project.

08.03.2021
 

by Prof. Daniel L. Minor, PhD, on March 18, 17:15 CET

"K2P channel gating caught in the act: asymmetric pinching and dilation of a potassium channel selectivity filter"

Host: Anna Weinzinger, Division of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Vienna. This lecture is part of the 2021S 580006-1...