Wolfgang Högler, Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

Research Focusing on Rare Diseases

Rare does not mean just low in number: Approximately 7% of the population suffers from one of over 7,000 rare disorders known at present.

Georg Gramse

One Test to Detect Multiple Infections: The JKU is Part of an EU Project Seeking Better and Faster Testing Technology for Infection or Illness

Whether infected or not, antigen or PCR testing has become the symbol of COVID-19.

The JKU MEDCampus

The Medical Degree Program at the JKU Faculty of Medicine is Growing

Beginning March 1, prospective students seeking admission to a medical degree program in Austria can register for the admissions procedure online.

Concentration in the operating room before placing the first cord.

A First in Austria: New Heart Surgery Technique

Together with his team and for the first time in Austria, Prof. Andreas Zierer (head of the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery)…

Gudrun Sproesser

The Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics & Business Introduces Itself

Health psychologist Prof. Gudrun Sproesser teaches and conducts research on the science of health and behavior at the JKU.

Alberta Bonanni; photo credit: JKU/Maybach

Women in Science Over the Past 144 Years in Austria

On behalf of the emperor: In 1878 women were admitted to Austrian universities, but – as documented at the time – only by exception.

Professor Rudolf Winter-Ebmer

Winter-Ebmer Elected to the Academia Europaea

The head of the JKU’s Institute of Economics is among 4,500 European researchers who have also received this honor.

Professor Waldemar Kremser

Hello, JKU! New Professors at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics & Business

There are new faces at some of the institutes at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics & Business! One of these new faces is JKU professor…

Professor Thomas Gegenhuber

Open Social Innovation Promises to Spark Innovation in the Area of Public Administration

There are some challenges that are too complex for public administration services to manage alone; this is where Open Social Innovation comes in.