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Welcome to the Institute of Pharmacology!

The Institute of Pharmacology's mission is to explore new pharmacological approaches to combat pro-inflammatory diseases, allergies, asthma and leukemia. We study the transport of ions across cell membranes and between organelles using an innovative approach that combines cell and molecular biological methods with electrophysiological and ultrastructural techniques. When it comes to immune responses, we aim to better understand the importance and regulation of cation channels.

 

Institute of Pharmacology

Address

Johannes Kepler University Linz
MED Campus I
ADM Building
Krankenhausstraße 5
4020 Linz

Location

ADM Gebäude
5th floor, Room 505

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs: 9.00 AM - 4.00 PM
Fri: 9.00 AM - 1.00 PM

Phone

+43 732 2468 8929

News 16.05.2024

Pharmacology at KSD 2024

The Institute of Pharmacology was prominently represented at this year's Kepler Science Day 2024 with three outstanding scientific contributions. The variety of the presented research reflects the broad spectrum of the institute's work.

News 13.05.2024

PharmTox Summit in Munich

Researchers from our institute participated in the 2024 PharmTox Summit hosted by the “German Society for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology” in Munich/Großhadern. We presented our latest research and heard great lectures from international speakers.

Anna Madlmayr
News 10.05.2024

2. Prize „Vote your Prof“

We are pleased to announce the silver prize in the “Vote Your Prof” survey has been awarded to Susanna Zierler. Highlighting Susanna’s /our continued commitment to student-friendly teaching. The challenge cup, has rightly so, been given pride of place at our institute.

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News 05.04.2024

ASEM Conference 2024

At this year's conference of the Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy (ASEM), Philip Steiner presented current scientific results on the topic of “pharmacological manipulation of specialized programmed cell death”.