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7th EU-Framework programme

Multifaceted CaSR

The role of the Calcium Sensing Receptor (CAsR) in health and disease, implications for translational medicine.
Head of project:Assoc.Prof. Enikö Kallay
Project duration:01.01.2011–31.12.2014


A drug strategy targeting stabilised mutant p53 to fight metastatic platinum-resistant ovarian cancer.
Head of project:Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Robert Zeilinger
Project duration:2013–2019


Solving the bottlenecks of proteomics technologies for time sensitive proteome driven medical decisions.
Head of project:Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Goran Mitulović
Project duration:10.2011–10.2014


Systems Biology towards Novel Chronic Kidney Disease Diagnosis and Treatment.
Head of project:Univ.-Prof. Dr. Rainer Oberbauer
Project duration:01.01.2010–31.12.2014


Identification and validation molecules and pathways responsible for relapse.
Head of project:Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dan Cacsire Castillo-Tong
Project duration:01.01.2012–31.12.2015


Artificial vascularised scaffolds for 3D-tissue regeneration.
Head of Maike Keck
Project duration:01.11.2011–31.10.2015


Atopic diseases in changing climate and air.
Head of Michelle Epstein
Project duration:01.10.2011–30.09.2014


EMTRAIN is establishing a sustainable, pan-European platform for education and training covering the whole life-cycle of medicines research.
Head of project:Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Wolzt
Project duration:01.10.2009–30.09.2016


Manual Operation for 4th Generation Airliners.
Head of project:Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Christian Windischberger
Project duration:01.09.2012–31.08.2015


Vitamin D nd Lifestyle Intervention for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Prevention.
Head of Alexandra Kautzky-Willer
Project duration:02.2010–11.2014


The overall aim of the SCIENCE project is to implement an effective stem cell-based therapy with allogeneic adipose derived stromal cells to improve myocardial function in patients with IHD and heart failure.
Head of Mariann Pavone-Gyöngyösi
Project duration:01.01.2015–01.01.2020


Few medicines are licensed for children and exist in formulations which are specifically developed for children. The goal of the LENA project is to develop a safe, effective and age-appropriate formulation of the drug Enalapril for children (orally disintegrating mini-tablet, ODMT).
Head of project:Ao. Univ.-Prof. Christoph Male
Project duration:01.11.2013–31.10.18


Describe, handle and manage interactions between networks.
Head of project:Univ.-Prof. Mag. DDr. Stefan Thurner
Project duration:11.2012–10.2015


The European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network (ECRIN) has been established in 2004 as a sustainable, not-for-profit infrastructure supporting non-commercial multinational clinical research projects in Europe, striving for harmonisation of European clinical research.
Head of project:Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Wolzt
Project duration:2012-2015


The Aquavalens research project aims to protect the health of European citizens from contamination in drinking water and water used in food processing by improving testing of drinking water.
Head of project:Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Kirschner
Project duration:02.2013–01.2018


This project is devoted to developing a groundbreaking treatement against atherosclerosis through a new strategy: Vaccinations against atherosclerosis.
Head of project:Univ.-Prof. DDr. Christoph J. Binder
Project duration:01.12.2013–30.11.2018