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Cooperations and University Networks

The Medical University of Vienna cooperates with other universities and academic institutions. A few selected instances of cooperation will be described below.

USA - Harvard University

More than 800 co-publications between 2006 and 2016.

Harvard University

Singapur - Nanyang Technological University

Cooperation with Nanyang Technological University in Singapore in the framework of"Austrian Science Hub Singapore" on the topic of "Smart Aging". And a PhD programme in the field of "Medical Technology".

Nanyang Technological University

Great Britain - University of London

More than 800 co-publications between 2006 and 2016.

University of London

Sweden - Karolinska Institutet

More than 600 co-publications between 2006 and 2016.

Karolinska Institutet


International network of medical Universities and departments of postgraduate medical education in the field of Molecular Allergology and Immunology.


Universitary networks

Founded in 2001 EURASIA-PACIFIC UNINET is an educational network of universities, colleges and other educational institutions in Austria, Central Asia, East Asia and the Pacific.

The cooperation focuses on educational institutions in the People's Republic of China, Mongolia and the Russian Federation.

Aims of the network are:

  • Clerkships in China
  • Initiating and supporting research projects
  • Promoting and supporting exchange of researchers, teachers
  • and students of the network members.


HR Dr. Human Salemi
EURASIA PACIFIC UniNet-Coordinator of the MedUni Vienna
Institutional Mobility Coordinator

Assoc. Prof. Priv.-Doz. Dr. Yan Ma
EURASIA PACIFIC UniNet-Co-Coordinator of the MedUni Vienna

ASEA-UNINET is an European university network founded in 1994 from Austria with the aim of initiating and promoting research cooperation with and in South-East Asian countries.

ASEA-UNINET - Austria supports knowledge transfer between partner universities, including 17 Austrian, 14 from other European countries, 1 Russian and 35 South-East Asian universities, including 18 from Thailand, 6 from Indonesia, 8 from Vietnam,  1 from the Philippines, 1 from Malaysia and 1 from Pakistan.

The network's main activity is the promotion of exchange between Europe and SE Asia, i.e., in the organisation and financial support of exchange of scientists or post-graduates and the associated knowledge transfer for improving collaboration between SE Asian universities and generation of common programmes with other European universities.

ASEA-UNINET guarantees the following financial support:

  • Visits by guest researchers from SE Asia
  • Visits by Austrian scientists in SE Asia (generally only reimbursement of travel expenses; Asian partner universities should be able to assume lodging expenses for at least 1 week)
  • Conducting commonly planned research programmes
  • Training courses
  • Clinical electives in SE Asia

The amount of financial support will depend on the budgetary resources provided annually.Project applications are to be addressed to the office for international mobility programmes and are submitted with MedUni Vienna's annual budget application.


Prof. Dr. Anita Rieder
ASEA-Uninet-Coordinator of the MedUni Vienna
Vicre Rector Education

HR Dr. Human Salemi
ASEA-Uninet-Co-Coordinator of the MedUni Vienna
Institutional Mobility Coordinator