Welcome // Mission Statement

The Medical Neuroscience Cluster bundles the clinically relevant research activities in all areas of neuroscience and psychosocial sciences at the Medical University of Vienna. The research groups forming the cluster cover a broad spectrum of disciplines including anatomy, physiology, immunology, cell biology, pathology and pharmacology of the nervous system, neuroimaging, molecular genetics as well as clinical neurology, pediatric neurology, neuroradiology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, psychiatry and psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, child- and adolescent psychiatry.

The overall aim of all members in the MNC is to provide a better understanding of disease mechanisms in the nervous system and the psyche, to improve prevention, diagnosis and therapy and to communicate this knowledge to patients and the public.

Another important goal of the MNC is also to provide a high-level, systematic training for doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows and clinical scientists in basic neuroscience as well as in neurological, psychiatric and psychosocial research.

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Optimists live longer than pessimists and have a lower risk of chronic disease – this has been scientifically validated on multiple occasions. A reason for optimists having longer and healthier lives could be that they sleep better: this is the..

 
 

Thomas Berger, Head of MedUni Vienna's Department of Neurology, is taking over leading roles in two neurology associations. He has been elected President of the Austrian Society of Neurology (ÖGN) for the next two years. He has also been appointed..

 
 

A study team led by MedUni Vienna’s Center for Brain Research has charted how cell types that form neuroendocrine command centers to control virtually all aspects of bodily metabolism evolve during brain development. The study, which employed the..

 
 

Julian Maier from MedUni Vienna's Institute of Pharmacology has been awarded the Theodor Körner funding prize in the category "Medicine, Natural Sciences and Technology". This prize, for the promotion of scientists, will finance an..

 
 

Pionier der Parkinsonforschung im 94. Lebensjahr verstorben

 
 

Tibor Harkany, Head of the Division of Molecular Neurosciences at MedUni Vienna's Center for Brain Research has been awarded the CINP Sumitomo/Sunovion Brain Health Basic Research Prize by the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP)...

 
 

Igor Adameyko, developmental biologist at MedUni Vienna's Center for Brain Research, took over a professorial chair in neuroimmunology at MedUni Vienna on 01 April 2020.

 
 

Patients with schizophrenia have higher levels of dopamine and the typical symptoms of the disease have been linked to this. However, it is not only the elevated level of the neurotransmitter dopamine that triggers symptoms in patients but also..

 
 

Anna Tröscher, researcher at the Division of Neuroimmunology of MedUni Vienna's Center for Brain Research has been awarded the Austrian Neuroscience Association's Best Thesis Award for her PhD thesis.

 
 

Mitochondria are known as the "powerhouses" of cells. However, under critical pathophysiological conditions, they can use cellular energy for self-preservation. This occurs when the operating mode of a molecular machine in the mitochondrial sheath..

 
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