At the crossroads of health and science, the Linz MED Campus is a central hub designed to not only support high quality medical care in Upper Austria, but to also educate and train tomorrow’s physicians by applying the most recent findings in medical research. Simply put - University Medicine.
Be it in the areas of engineering, art, culture, or medicine, Upper Austria and its state capital of Linz have always been a prime location in support of long-term innovation. Trendsetting landmarks, such as the Ars Electronica Center, the Linz Cloud of Sound, the Opera House, the Lentos and Nordico museums, and the voestalpine Stahlwelt just to name a few, have become just as much an integral part of Linz's identity as the Pöstlingberg church and its grotto railway, the Linz Torte, and the Mariendom cathedral.
That which was once considered new and unknown yesterday is emerging as a proud legacy today. As a comparatively young institution, the JKU’s Faculty of Medicine aims to continuing growing and driving innovation forward by supporting cutting-edge medical research that includes new treatments and interventions, along with breakthroughs such as aortic arch replacement, aneurysm clippings, and teaching anatomy virtually at the JKU medSPACE. This – and more - is available in Linz and Upper Austria – a city and a region that is becoming synonymous with progress and advancement.
Aortic arch replacement, allergies, pulmonary disorders, vascular neurosurgery, fetomaternal medicine, a focus on rare diseases, and much more. Click here to learn more about the research our physicians and their teams are conducting.
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Ensuring state-of-the-art surgical and examination techniques, applying and continually developing treatments and therapies at the cutting edge of medical science: In addition to primary and standard patient care at all of the hospitals in Upper Austria, over 50 medical departments and a wide range of competence centers at the Kepler University Hospital provide the highest possible level of care.
Researchers are in direct contact with patients on a daily basis and their expertise is passed on from everyday clinical practice to research. As a result, they can develop new treatments and therapies on an ongoing basis which, in turn, benefits patients. University medicine is the main difference between a teaching hospital and a conventional hospital. Numerous therapies and interventions, such as aortic arch replacement and vascular neurosurgery, are performed exclusively at teaching hospitals.
Learn more about our impressive research in the Johannes Kepler University Linz' research documentation (Fodok) system.
The JKU's Faculty of Medicine supports academic and scientific work by not only introducing innovative research funding programs and supporting financed research sabbaticals, but also by enabling physicians interested in pursuing an academic career to conduct cutting-edge research.
Along with their teams, professors conduct integrated, cross-disciplinary research to ensure that everyday clinical practices include applying the most recent medical findings and approaches directly to patients.
Given the complex cases and clinical situations physicians face every day at a teaching hospital, they require broad and deep scientific expertise. Learn more about research, education, science, and the origins of the JKU’s Faculty of Medicine.
One particular focus of studying medicine in Linz is general medicine. Some 50 physicians have their own private practice in Upper Austria and some are also actively involved in education at the JKU's Faculty of Medicine.
A new generation of physicians is being educated in Linz as part of Austria's first Bachelor's-Master's system in medicine. The modules are organ-centered and topic-centered, placing you directly at the crossroads of hands-on practice and clinical research. Your advantages:
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