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03 Nov 2006

Symposium "Timing Age"

On November 2 and 3 2006, PhD students of the IMP, together with students of the Vienna Biocenter organized a scientific symposium. The meeting was...

05 Oct 2006

Newly endowed Kirsten Peter Rabitsch Award for Stephanie Küng

To honour the memory of a talented young scientist who died tragically in Bolivia, the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology and the family of...

02 Jun 2006

Nanostructures of the Infective Apparatus of Salmonella

In Salmonella, structural changes to the molecular infection apparatus also signal an end to its further assembly. The mechanistic details of this...

08 May 2006

EMBO YIP Meeting

The EMBO Young Investigator Programme identifies and supports outstanding life scientists in Europe. Each year, EMBO appoints some 20 new "YIPs", as...

09 Jan 2006

Barry Dickson: bright ideas for a bright future at the IMP

As of January 2006, Barry Dickson is Managing Director of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna. Among his first initiatives...

15 Sep 2005

What causes psoriasis?

Scientists at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology in Vienna have developed the first true animal model for psoriasis and have been able to...

15 Feb 2005

Barry Dickson appointed new Director of the IMP

The Australian neurobiologist Barry Dickson is to head the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna, a subsidiary of the Boehringer...

20 Jan 2005

IMP joins Christian Doppler Laboratory

The Christian Doppler Research Association has approved the establishment of a new ‘Christian Doppler Laboratory for Proteome Analysis’. The new lab...

09 Dec 2004

Immunological Puzzle Resolved

When they mature, immune cells develop structures on their surface that are able to bind to foreign proteins. Scientists have been trying to elucidate...

18 Nov 2004

Science Award for Karl Mechtler

Karl Mechtler, biochemist at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, has been awarded the Science Prize of the Federal State of Lower Austria...