Biomedical science examines medical samples, interprets laboratory measurements and establishes a connection between laboratory diagnostic results and clinical pictures. Biomedical scientists have a variety of methods and innovative technologies at their disposal to measure different values and functions such as blood parameters or lung function. You apply them in complex laboratory analysis processes and evaluate them. In addition to intensive laboratory work you also interact with patients, for example when taking samples or performing clinical diagnostics. The practically oriented degree program combines technological know-how with quality and process management. You will be educated in the core disciplines of histology, hematology, microbiology and clinical chemistry.
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Application period for academic year 2022/23
10th January to 31st March 2022
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution2
1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester
2 for additional study expenses (currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)
The most important criteria is that you are interested in science and medicine. You are open to innovative technologies and automation, in other words you enjoy using high-tech equipment and developing an understanding of how they work. You can imagine working in a laboratory where you can apply your manual dexterity. You want to interact with patients directly. You approach problems in a structured, analytical and organized manner. This programme is held in German.
The FH Campus Wien is characterised by extensive expertise and a large network. FH Campus Wien is the only university of applied sciences in Austria to train all seven legally regulated upper-level medical-therapeutic-diagnostic professions as well as midwifery. An important partner in the areas of education, research and development is the Vienna Healthcare Association. We also work closely with the Biomed Austria Professional Association. Specialist events such as the Annual Conference of Biomedical Analysts take place regularly in our company. At our attractive main location, you also benefit from our modern infrastructure, which includes L2 laboratories(security level 2 laboratories). Furthermore, you have the opportunity to join a professional community across disciplines. There is great potential in research projects at the interface between health and technology and practical relevance is guaranteed when we organise one of our freely accessible lecture evenings with top-class experts as part of the Campus Lectures.
The degree program is practically oriented and combines comprehensive medical-technical and communicative expertise with the requirements for modern quality and process management. In a guaranteed, state-of-the-art laboratory space as well as through extensive internships, you will learn the core disciplines of hematology, histology, microbiology, clinical chemistry, immunology and molecular biology. Hematology focuses on the detailed examination of blood and bone marrow.
In histology you will learn about tissue and cytology cells. In microbiology, you learn for example how throat cultures are examined for bacteria, fungi or viruses. In clinical chemistry you will primarily experiment with serum and other bodily fluids that you will analyze for metabolites, enzymes, vitamins or tumor markers. In immunology you will for example search for defects in the immune system and test for allergies or other intolerances.
International Master Program MARBLE
The FH Campus Wien is a partner in the international joint degree program MARBLE - Master in Biomedical Laboratory Sciences. Besides Austria, Ireland, Sweden and Portugal are stations for the students. The MARBLE program offers the first international Master's degree (JMD) in Biomedical Laboratory Sciences (BLS) and is open to students from all over the world. The program combines theoretical teaching, research methodology and activities, communication, laboratory management, and advanced evidence-based practice using state-of-the-art biomedical technologies.
For more information, click here (PDF 62.9 KB) or visit the website of our Portuguese partner university.
To the application for the international joint degree program MARBLE (PDF 104,4 KB).
Lector: Dr. med. univ. Lukas Reissig, PhD
Basic terminology, definitions of orientation and position, general definitions, overview of the structure and morphology of the tissue types, anatomical structure of the cardiovascular system, pulmonary system, digestive system, urogenital system, nervous system, skin and sensory organs, endocrine organs, overview of the musculosceletal system and cranium. Systems and organs are discussed with a focus on and taking the example of systems and organs which are of great relevance for important analysis parameters, similar systems are developed during self-study.
lecture and self-study
Lector: Christine Prevedel
Lector: Mag.a Susanne Bauer-Rupprecht, Mag.a Andrea Hager, MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Schnabl, MSc, MMag.a Susanne Schwarz
Learning skills and self-management-methods will be discussed. Motivation learning psychology Methods for effective and efficient learning how to create breaks during learning slots
Discussion in small groups Discussion in plenary individual work Frontal lecture
Lector: Univ. Doz. Dr. Rudolf Werner Soukup
Lector: Sabine Enzinger, MBA, Dejan Milosavljevic, MSc, Maike Werning, BSc. MSc.
Medical terminology. Knowledge of important vocabulary and word components of medical terminology, explanations and definitions. Compilation of a glossary. Brief and succinct overview of the cell, overview of metabolic functions. Characteristics of cells, structure and function of cells organelles. Introduction to molecular biology of nucleic acid. Application principles of immunological, molecular and cell-biological methods for answering complex biomedical questions. The lecture is a bridge to previous knowledge of previous trainings.
final written examination
Well structured media supported lecture, worksheets, reading and discussing specialist literature, activating group work
Lector: Susanne Bauer-Mitlinger, Karin Maria Drobits, MSc, Mag.a Christine Rieß, Martina Stöckl, Michaela Zahradnik, MSc
Lector: Univ.Prof.Dr. Dipl.Ing. Mohammad Manafi
Infectious diseases: - Basics of infectious disease studies - The immune system - Imunisatations / vaccination plan, reactions / defence mechanisms - Methods of pathogen detection - Notifiable diseases - Signs of infection Microbiology und Parasitology: - Bacteria - Viruses - Prions - Fungi - Parasites/multicelluar parasites Hygiene in health care facilities and extramural areas: - Organization of hospital hygiene (hygienic standards) - Nosocomial infections - General hygiene and hygiene measures - Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization - Hand hygiene - Hygiene in specific care settings - Protective clothing, isolation - Infection prevention for employees - Infection protection for multi-resistant pathogens - Food and environmental hygiene - Sample material
Written exam at the end of lecture course
Mostly presentation methods Short movies
Lector: Mag.a Susanne Bauer-Rupprecht, Dejan Milosavljevic, MSc, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Helge Wimmer
Preanalytics, Analytical techniques and methods, sample processing, exemplary analysis of substrates and enzymes of biological origin (as for instance serum), biochemical basics of reaction kinetics, criteria for the selection and evaluation of measuring methods, quantifying methods for test results, basics of quality assurance.
The final result of this course is made up of an oral examination on the theory, participation, and evaluation of practical work (accuracy in Moodle and laboratory journal), where each of these sections needs to be passed.
Combination of theoretical lectures and practical exercises – in the context of blended learning. The focus lies on knowledge and on carrying out different clinical chemical methods, accurate documentation on the learning platform Moodle and on the comprehensible keeping of a logbook.
Lector: Dipl. Sozialpädagogin (FH) Andrea Kadlik, DSP, MSc, Mag. Christina Lechner, Mag. Harald Pesendorfer, Mag. Laura Soroldoni
Basics of communication and conversation skills, how to run motivated conversations, communication models, communication analysis and selected theoretical aspects of communication, aspects of communication via virtual media, conflict management (course of conflict, strategies and solutions). Self-perception, perception of others, feedback, different phases of group building, practical exercises to translate theoretical contents and reflections in the practical field
ILV - lecture integrating theoretical and practical applications theoretical inputs, exercises, questionnaires, exchange of experiences, analysis by terms of feedback
Lector: Susanne Bauer-Mitlinger, Mag.a Susanne Bauer-Rupprecht, Karin Maria Drobits, MSc, Elis Godaj, MSc, Karin Gstinig, Michaela Hassler, MSc, Reinhard Meixner, BSc, MA, Dejan Milosavljevic, MSc, Christine Prevedel, Mag.a Christine Rieß, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Helge Wimmer
Lector: Mag. Dr. Reinhold Hofbauer, Univ.Ass.Prof., Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Knöfler, Assoc. Prof. Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Mario Mikula, MAS, Ao. Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr. Wolfgang Mikulits, Ao. Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr. Ernst Müllner, Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. DI Johannes Nimpf, Maike Werning, BSc. MSc.
Lector: Elis Godaj, MSc, Michaela Hassler, MSc, Christine Prevedel, Christoph Schön
Lector: Mag. Ursula Föger-Samwald, Phd.
Lector: Univ. Prof. Dr. Johannes Stöckl
Lector: Elis Godaj, MSc, Silke Jäger, MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Christine Schnabl, MSc, Helena Seper, MSc, Margarete Tschandl, Bakk. phil. MA, Michaela Zahradnik, MSc
Lector: Assoz. Prof. Dr. Rodrig Marculescu, Dr. Rene Zadnikar, BSc
Lector: Mag.a Christine Rieß, Helena Seper, MSc, Michaela Zahradnik, MSc
Lector: Prof. Dr. Peter Quehenberger
Lector: Michaela Hassler, MSc, Dejan Milosavljevic, MSc
Lector: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Adolf Ellinger
Lector: Karin Gstinig, Silke Jäger, MSc, Michaela Macho
Lector: FH-Prof. DI (FH) Helge Wimmer
Spectrometric techniques, (absorbance spectroscopy: UV/VIS, AAS, NMR; emission spectroscopy: fluorescence spectroscopy, AES; exceptional position: MS), Evaluation of analysis systems and methods, Particle count (haematological techniques, turbidimetry, nephelometry, measurment of oncotic preassure, osmometry), Electroanalysis (with stress on potentiometric methods, everything else in overview) Physical and chemical separate systems (chromatography, electrophoresis) Immunological techniques (overview)
Final written or oral exam.
structured, media-supported presentation, self-study
Lector: Mag.a Susanne Bauer-Rupprecht, Jasmin Hammerler, MSc, Dejan Milosavljevic, MSc, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Helge Wimmer
Lector: Priv-Doz. Mag. DDr. Helmuth Haslacher, BSc BA
- Calculations in the laboratory: Preparation of solutions, buffers etc. based on different material. Calculation of dilution factors and standard dilutions. - Introduction to statistics: Basics of statistical tests. Tests for normal distributed data. - analytical quality assurance: Method validation, calibration (e.g. linear vs quadratic), uncertainty of measurement, quality assurance using control charts including statistical tests. - MS-Excel Basics - R Basics
written exam (open books) active partizipation during course homework (R & Excel)
Workshop: alternating lecture and integrated practical exercise.
Lector: Dr Mark Brownlow, Barry Jenkins, BSc (Hons), FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
Lector: Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Heinz Regele
Lector: Mag.a Dr.in Veronika Stefanik
Laboratory Methods in the professional field (Clinical Chemistry, Haematology, Haemostaseology)
Lector: Ao. Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr. Ernst Müllner, Maike Werning, BSc. MSc.
to follow soon
written exam, mode to be announced during the semester
Presentation with educational films
Lector: Susanne Bauer-Mitlinger, Bernhard Dürschmied, MSc, Sabine Enzinger, MBA, Katharina Fehrer, MSc., Elis Godaj, MSc, Silke Jäger, MSc, Margarete Tschandl, Bakk. phil. MA
Based on selected cases the following issues will be worked on: Interconnected comprehension of organ-specific functions and deduction of related laboratory-analytical parameters based on case studies. Cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal system, in particular carbohydrate and lipo-metabolism. Physiological and pathophysiological connections of the genesis of urine and other body fluids as well as the laboratory analytics of those (e.g.: blood, urine, liquor, sperms, perspiration, synovial fluids, puncture fluids, stool). Selected cases of the cardiovascular system (arteriosclerosis, thromboembolic diseases and haemorrhagic diatheses, respiration, etc) and of the neurovegetative regulations (gastrointestinal tract, etc.), inflammation, types of inflammation, viral and bacterial inflammation, examples of the science of tumors. Explain and present special body systems with its pathologies based on examples, interconnect with the corresponding laboratory parameters.
Presentation of the results in working Group - continuous assessment
Problem based learning
Microtomy Special staining techniques - Special stainings - Impregnation - Histochemistry - Immunhistochemistry - In situ Hybridisation Cryotomy and staining of frozen section Microscopic assessment of histological sections for Quality control and organ diagnosis Documentation and Interpretation of results Quality assurance Preparation technique for electron microscopy
Structured, media-based lecture Private study Demonstrations Practical exercises Microscopic assessment of histological sections E-Learning
Lector: DDr. Klaus Schmetterer
Cells and components of the immune system; Structure and function of the lymphoid tissues; Adaptive and innate immunity; Mechanisms underlying the recognition of antigens and pathogen structures by the adaptive and innate immune system; signalling in immune cells; Development of lymphocytes and tolerance; Vaccination; Hypersensitivity Reactions; Immunity to microbes; Immunity to tumours.
Lector: Marlene Gerner, PhD, Jasmin Hammerler, MSc, Kerstin Plessl-Walder, PhD, Margarete Tschandl, Bakk. phil. MA, Karina Zeyda, MSc Phd
Pre-analytics Selected analytical techniques and methods in immunology Basics of quality assurance Documentation, validation and interpretation of laboratory findings
Permanent assessment of performance and exam
- structured, media supported lectures - demonstration - self study - practical training in small groups - lab protocol
Transplant Immunology, Autoimmunity, Immunosuppression, Immunization
Written exam, multiple choice with 15 questions, one answer per question is correct
Lector: Martina Auer, MSc, Kathrin Spettel, MSc, Anna Tröscher-Böhm, PhD
Topics Dr. Isabella Wimmer RNA isolation from formalin-fixed (FFPE) tissue, quality control of isolated RNA, gene expression analysis using microarrays (FFPE tissue), laser microdissection of disease foci from FFPE tissue, applications in the research field of multiple sclerosis Topics Martina Auer Human Genetics / Tumor Genetics general, carcinogenesis; practice: high resolution single cell analysis (especially circulating tumor cells; isolation, amplification, quality inspection, high resolution analysis by array-CGH), plasma DNA analysis in cancer patients (isolation, quantification, Next- generation sequencing va Illumina platform), breast cancer Topic Gerfried Mitterer Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) - new, massive parallel sequencing-technologies are an important tool within biomedical sciences. This module shows the way from RNA-libraries to sequencing data-sets.
Lector: Mag. Christina Lechner
Clinical and Occupational Psychology - Contents: Bio-psycho-social disease model, psychosomatic medicine, behavioral medicine, health and sickness, salutogenesis versus pathogenesis, coping and compliance. Influence of work on the human being. Description and explanation of work-related experience and behavior of people in organizations. Health maintanance of human being at the workplace and maintanance of the professional efficiency. Questions of work motivation and work content, possibilities of job design as well as questions of reducing stress. Handling work conflicts.
Participation, homework, placing in discussions
Teaching and Learning Methods Structured media-lecture, group discussion, group work, theoretical and practical instruction of relaxation exercises, self-study, video demonstrations, encouraging students’ own initiatives
General microbiology: morphology anatoy of bacteria, virulence factors, genetics of bacteria , metabolism of bacteria , diagnostics in mikrobiogy. Special microbiology: Staphylococci, Streptococci, Listeria, Bacillus und Clostridium, Neisseria, Campylobacter, Helicobacter, Vibrios (Vibrio, Aeromonas, Plesiomonas), Enterobacteria (Salmonella, Shigella, Escherichia), Legionella, Corynebacteria, Listeria, Non-fermenter , Haemophilus influenzae, Gardnerella vaginalis, Bordetellae, Mykobacteria, Treponemae, Borreliae, Mykoplasma und Ureaplasma, Chlamydiae VIROLOGIE: characteristics, anatomy and reproduction of viruses, diagnosis of viral infections, Herpes Viruses, Varicella Zoster Virus, Epstein Barr Virus, Cytomegalovirus , Hepatitis, amarillic typhus, tick-borne encephalitis , rubella, rabies, Influenza, Mumps, HIV, Poliomyelitis PARASITOLOGY: Malaria, Toxoplasmosis, Amoebiasis, Trichomonas vaginalis Trypanosomatiden, Giardiasis MYKOLOGIE: General characteristics of fungi, classification of fungi Laboratory diagnostics, yeasts (Candida, Cryptococcus), mildew (Aspergillus),
Structure, media-supported lecture. Lecture supported with powerpoint slides, short films
Lector: Assoc. Prof. PD Mag. Dr. Helmut Dolznig, Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Knöfler
Introduction to molecular biology of nucleic acids and proteins Introduction to medical genetics Techniques in molecular biology and diagnostics ethical and legal aspects
Lector: Sabine Enzinger, MBA, Helena Seper, MSc, Mag.a Dr.in Veronika Stefanik
Isolation and concentration measurement of DNA Execution of relevant molecularbiological analytical methods Troubleshooting Basics of Quality Assurance Documentation, Validation and Interpretation of results
Permanent assessment practical performance final moodle-exam lab protocol molecularbiological report
structured an media supported lectures work in groups oral repetitions reports self study demonstrations practical training lab protocol
Lector: Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Jürgen Zezula
Priniciples of drug action - pharmacodynamics: agonist, antagonist, receptors, potency, intrinsic acitvity/efficacy; dose-response relationships; drug safety: therapeutic range. Absorption and distribution of drugs; plasma protein binding; compartments. pharmacokinetic parameters: half-life, clearance, bioavailability; enzymatic biotransformation; renal excretion; drug interactions; enzyme induction/inhibition; pharmacogenetics: metabolic polymorphisms. Clinical trials; ethics; drugs in pregnancy and lactation. Aspects of therapeutics - drug monitoring: antithrombotic, antiarrhythmic, antiepileptic, analgesic drugs; drugs of abuse; sedatives; antidepressants, antibiotics.
Written test after the course
Lector: Mag.a Susanne Bauer-Rupprecht, Karin Maria Drobits, MSc, Jasmin Hammerler, MSc, Silke Jäger, MSc, Dejan Milosavljevic, MSc, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Helge Wimmer, Michaela Zahradnik, MSc
Analysis of the professional-methodological-organizational circumstances, review of personal progress, written documentation of the analytical procedures carried out and reporting the internship experience
Lector: Prof. (FH, hc) Mag. Harald Zipko
* practice-based application of uni-/bivariate statistical analysis based on general principles of descriptive statistics; * Introduction to analytical/inductive statistics based on pre-defined hypothesis'; * Introduction to and practice based application of common statistical methods used within bio-medical studies & research;
* Prerequisite: on-schedule submission of assignements (moodle); * Moodle-Single-Choice-Test at the end of the course (Minimum: 9 out of 15 SC-questions are positiv = 60%);
* Lecture and integrated course; * Introduction to software products for statistical analysis (SPSS or R); * Obligatory assignments (moodle);
Lector: Dr Mark Brownlow
1. CV and professional email 2. Working with specialist literature 3. Visual presentation: speaking, tables etc.
The following criteria are used for assessing successful participation: 1. Active participation in class (as a whole and during exercises) 2. Tasks (presentation) More detailed information will be given in class.
Lectures, group work, presentation
Lector: Marlene Gerner, PhD, Reinhard Meixner, BSc, MA, Kerstin Plessl-Walder, PhD, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Peter Steinberger
Scientific writing – analyses of text examples Preparation and submission of research concept, exposé and bachelor`s thesis Structure of the bachelor`s thesis Citation and electronic reference management with Citavi Plagiarism and copyright Creation and usage of figures and tables Format and layout of the thesis Presentation skills and preparation for the concept presentation
concept 10 points - content 5 points - writing style 3 points - formal criteria 2 points concept presentation 6 points - preparation of slides 3 points - presentation style 3 points
- structured, media supported lectures - demonstration - practical training in small groups - active participation
Lector: Susanne Bauer-Mitlinger, Bernhard Dürschmied, MSc, Katharina Fehrer, MSc., Elis Godaj, MSc, Karin Gstinig, Silke Jäger, MSc, Michaela Macho, Reinhard Meixner, BSc, MA, Kerstin Plessl-Walder, PhD, Christine Prevedel, Mag.a Christine Rieß, Helena Seper, MSc
Analysis of the professional-methodological-organizational circumstances, review of the practical implementation of theoretical teachings and of personal progress, reporting the clinical work experience, written report; discussion of practical issues
Permanent assessment of performance (active participation, internship report)
Lector: Sabine Enzinger, MBA
Lector: Aline Dragosits, MA, ao.Univ.Prof.Dr. Marcela Hermann, Hon.Prof. (FH) Dr. Bernhard Rupp, MBA (University of Toronto)
Lector: Sylvia Handler, MBA
Lector: univ. Doz. Dr. Georg Endler, Dr.med. Michael Peintinger, Univ.Lektor, Johanna Wolf, MSc
Lector: Mag. Edith Schmidt, Bakk., Dr. Charlotte Sonneck-Koenne, Dipl.-Ing. Stephan Witoszynskyj
Lector: Patricia Bankl
Lector: Dr. Katharina Köberl
Lector: Margarete Tschandl, Bakk. phil. MA
TimesMon to Fri, all day
Language of InstructionGerman
ElectivesSelection and participation according to available places. There may be separate selection procedures.
In order to enable all students to gain the necessary practical experience and thus to complete their studies within the regular period of study, there may be practical learning phases during the summer months if required. Four vacation weeks in July or August are planned in any case.
With this degree you will be qualified to practice the profession of biomedical scientist. The MTD Act is the basis for this degree program. According to the MTD Act, numerous activities may only be performed by members of the biomedical science profession. For you this means that you are guaranteed to find a job and that you can practice your profession throughout the EU. The practically oriented degree program means that you will be ready to start work immediately and are optimally prepared to plan and conduct every phase of a complex laboratory analysis process. In the diagnostic stage, you first decide based on the test results how to proceed further. As part of your commitment to lifelong learning you are obligated to keep abreast of the latest technologies so that you can apply and evaluate them. The results of your analyses support the diagnosis, follow-up examination, therapy monitoring and rehabilitation of patients. You work in various health care facilities with materials of human origin and examine in particular blood, bone marrow, urine, feces, tissue, amniotic fluid, saliva and hair. You use a variety of laboratory equipment, prepare tissue samples, examine stained preparations under the microscope or cultivate cell cultures. In clinical diagnostics you work directly with patients and with the help of ECG, spirometry or EEG to measure the performance and functionality of organs such as the heart, lungs or brain. More and more biomedical scientists at universities and in the pharmaceutical industry are pursuing careers in research and development. Many also decide to found their own businesses. You can also apply your laboratory analytical knowledge in other industries. The degree program provides a strong foundation together with practical work experience and continuing training to manage teams and laboratory facilities.
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section.
The following compulsory subjects of the university entrance qualification for university courses of study are recognized, in addition to an essay on a general topic (in German) as a prerequisite for admission to this degree program: > Biology and Environmental Science > English 2 > Physics 1 > Chemistry 2 > Mathematics 1 The university entrance qualification examination must include a combination of at least three of the subjects listed. You may choose any elective subject.
Apprenticeship groups > Chemical laboratory technology > Chemical engineering > Pharmaceutical commercial assistant > Physics laboratory technician > Druggist Secondary vocational schools > Technical school for chemistry > Technical school for textile chemistry > Technical school for chemical industrial engineering Other qualifications > Diploma in upper grade health care and nursing services > Diploma in medical technology services > Diploma in medical specialized assistance (must be in the field of laboratory assistance) > German university of applied sciences entrance qualification (Fachhochschulreife) in the field of technology or health and social work
After being accepted, you must provide the following proof of your suitability:
There are 90 places available in the bachelor's degree program in Biomedical Science each year. The ratio of places to applicants is currently around 1:5,5.
To apply, you will need the signed application form as well as a copy of the following documents:
Please noteIt is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. transcripts) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person as soon as possible.
The admission procedure consists of a computer-assisted test and an interview.
The 2021 admissions process will be conducted exclusively online. Dates for the computerized test:
March 23rd 2021 March 31st 2021 April 6th 2021
Allocation to the dates and detailed information will be sent by mail in due time.
If you have any questions regarding accessibility or if you have a specific need in the admission procedure due to an impairment, please contact Ursula Weilenmann for organizational reasons as early as possible at email@example.com.
Since we try to take into account individual needs due to disabilities when conducting the written admission test, we ask you to indicate in your online application to Weilenmann in which form you require support.
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We work closely with the Vienna Healthcare Group, laboratories for general medicine, the Medical University of Vienna and other European universities, the professional association biomed austria and other health care facilities. This guarantees you strong contacts for internships, employment or participation in research and development activities. You will complete the extensive internships at, among others, the hospitals of the Vienna Healthcare Group. You can find information about our cooperation activities and much more at Campusnetzwerk. It's well worth visiting the site as it may direct you to a new job or interesting event held by our cooperation partners!
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