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Clinical Division of Hematology and Hemostaseology, Dept. of Medicine I, Medical University of Vienna

Training Experience Required

 Experience in translational research and clinical research

General Description

The Vienna General Hospital is the hospital of the Medical University of Vienna. It is one of the largest hospitals in Europe with 2000 beds covering the full medical and research programme.


The Division of Haematology and Hemostaseology is dedicated to translational research in malignant haematology as well as blood coagulation. Areas of expertise include molecular biology of leukemias and lymphomas, drug testing, microenvironment models, preclinical and clinical coagulation research (bench to bedside).


The division has seven research groups and is fully equipped for molecular basic as well as translational state-of-the-art research. Clinical trials (phase I–III) are run in most areas of haematologic diseases.

Last update: February 2020


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