Welcome to the homepage of the Doctoral Programme Clinical Neurosciences - CLINS

The aim of Clinical Neurosciences is innovation in prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of neurological and psychiatric diseases, and a better fundamental understanding of these conditions. In this sense, the applied doctoral program Clinical Neurosciences (CLINS) addresses a wide scope of scientific challenges related to neurological, psychiatric and neuro-muscular disorders in fetus, children, and adults. Interdisciplinary interaction of diagnostic and therapeutic disciplines in combination with basic biomedical research is a key element of the program. In this way, CLINS aims to provide early stage scientists with scientific competence that enables them to improve biomedical and clinical practice by means of research.


Wed 14th January 2015, 15.30 s.t. AKH Hörsaalzentrum / floor 7 / course room 8


Wed 21st January 2015, 15.30 s.t. AKH Hörsaalzentrum / floor 8 / course room 22


Wed 28th January 2015, 15.30 s.t. AKH Hörsaalzentrum / floor 8 / course room 22



St. Luke and the winged ox – patron and symbol of medical profession

Birgit Flechl: Neurooncology / Georg Kranz: Psychiatry / Marion Munk: Ophthalmology / Anna Berghoff: Neurooncology ; The complete list of graduates you can find under the header THESIS PROJECTS Congratulations!


Mirjam I. Lutz vom Klinischen Institut für Neurologie der MedUni Wien wurde beim XVIII. International Congress of Neuropathology in Rio de Janeiro/Brasilien für das Poster „Distinct Patterns of Sirtuin Expression during Progression of Alzheimer's Disease", welches aus ihrer Masterarbeit entstand, mit dem ersten Platz ausgezeichnet. Further Information


Georg S. Kranz Absolvent des Doktoratsprogramms CLINS „Clinical Neurosciences“ an der MedUni Wien


Christoph Kraus, Assistenzarzt an der Universitätsklinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie der MedUni Wien, wurde mit dem renommierten Rafaelsen Young Investigator’s Award des International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) ausgezeichnet.