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Institute of Biological Chemistry

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The Institute of Biological Chemistry is part of the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Vienna with strong links to the Centre for Physiology and Pharmacology of the Medical University of Vienna, the Max F. Perutz Laboratories with their focus on Molecular and Structural Biology, and the Institute of Food Chemistry and Toxicology. It is supported by state-of-the-art core facilities, including MS, NMR, X-ray, nanostructures, and multimodal imaging. Together, this forms an outstanding environment for research at the interface of synthetic chemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology and medicine.

The Faculty of Chemistry is one of the largest postgraduate training centres in Austria and its highly-intellectual and well-equipped environment is complemented by strong career development programs of the University of Vienna. Its young and diverse faculty offers a vibrant and innovative environment for young researchers from around the world starting at the level of PhD students and postdocs towards junior group leaders that want to establish their own research line. 

University of Vienna

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The University of Queensland is ranked in the top 1% of world universities and is one of Australia’s top three universities with more specialised fields of research well-above world standard than any other Australian university, as confirmed by the Federal Government’s 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia exercise. UQ continues to be Australia's highest-ranking institution on the Nature Index with a global reputation as a top-tier research organisation. It is a highly intellectual environment that attracts a continuous flux of research leaders from around the world. UQ’s research strengths reflect this broad scope of activity, with 30 recognised research strengths, including Molecular Bioscience; Drug Design; Nanotechnology and Bioengineering; Immunology and Infectious Diseases; Cancer Studies; Neurosciences; Information Systems and Computational Science; and Genetics and Genomics. UQ fosters fundamental, curiosity-driven work that builds the stock of knowledge and leads to new research questions to applied research and innovation with direct applications for industry and the public.