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05 Oct 2006

Newly endowed Kirsten Peter Rabitsch Award for Stephanie Küng

Biochemist Stephanie Küng is the first awardee of the newly endowed Kirsten Peter Rabitsch Award.
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

From 3 to 6 May, the EMBO Young Investigators met in Vienna. For three intense days, they presented their research in a series of short talks, as well…
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…
08 Jul 2005

Wittgenstein Prize for Barry Dickson

The designated IMP Director Barry Dickson was awarded the Wittgenstein Prize 2005, Austria's most prestigious research prize.
12 May 2005

IMP Spring Conference

The 13th IMP Spring Conference, which will take place from 19 to 21 May in the Vienna Hofburg, will be held together with the partner institute IMBA.
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. He will succeed the British…
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

IMP scientists have been able to elucidate a previously unknown mechanism that plays a central role in the development of the immune system.