MedUni Vienna's research output is among the best of any medical institution in Europe. Our scientists are highly regarded on the world stage. Moreover, MedUni Vienna recognises its obligation to society to provide doctors and scientists with the best possible preparation for the healthcare issues of the future.
In order to safeguard our high standards in research and teaching and to develop these areas further, the Medical University of Vienna relies not only on public funding but also on support from private individuals and corporate donors.
There are many different ways in which you can contribute to education, research and clinical practice.
We are creating a Center for Precision Medicine on the MedUni General Hospital Campus, that will shape the future-oriented research and development of the medicine of the 21st century. The required funding comes from the European Resilience and Recovery Facility, sponsors and private donors.
Cancer is a central issue within our society. It can affect anyone - but everyone can help. It is only through research that will we be able to cure this insidious disease in the future. MedUni Vienna launched its Cancer Research Initiative in 2005, in order to promote university cancer research and to secure MedUni Vienna's position as a leading research establishment.
Every year, the Institute of Cancer Research initiates around 20 innovative research projects. Because of the Institute's association with the Medical University of Vienna and its proximity to Vienna General Hospital, the areas of basic research and clinical practice can work very closely together and research findings can be incorporated directly into diagnostics and treatment.