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- FWF — Austrian Science Fund
- Vienna Science and Technology Fund
- Human Frontier Science Program
- DFG — German Research Foundation
The Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) combines fundamental and applied research in the field of biomedicine. Interdisciplinary research groups address functional genetic questions, particularly those related to the origin of disease. IMBA is a subsidiary of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the leading organization promoting non-university academic basic research in Austria. In 2013, IMBA was voted as second to top international workplace for postdoctoral researchers, by readers of the US based and online life sciences magazine, The Scientist.
About the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)
The Austrian Academy of Sciences is the largest non-University research organisation in Austria. Within the Austrian Academy of Sciences, renowned researchers from 28 research institutions have formed a comprehensive knowledge pool covering a wide array of disciplines for the sake of progress in science as a whole. All of the Academy‘s activities are closely networked at national, EU, and international level with university and non-university partners.