The mate­r­ial shown in this site was obtained with the gen­er­ous sup­port of the Aus­trian Acad­emy of Sci­ences and the Insti­tute of Mol­e­c­u­lar Biotech­nol­ogy of the Aus­trian Acad­emy of Sci­ences (IMBA) as well as var­i­ous grant agen­cies:

About IMBA

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.