Kaan Boztug, Director of LBI-RUD © Medical University Vienna/Matern

A single-gene mutation may cause a severe bowel disease in children. This could be shown in a recent study by an international research team which included the LBI for Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases. The results have now been published in the renowned New England Journal of Medicine.

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Peter Ruggenthaler's "The Concept of Neutrality in Stalin's Foreign Policy, 1945-1953", which was first published 2013 in the Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series has now been reissued.

Just another two weeks until the event: International researchers representing a wide range of disciplines will convene at the Ideas Lab to develop innovative research approaches to the subject matter “Children of mentally ill parents.” During this interactive workshop, 2-3 research groups will be established with the aim of researching societally relevant topics on children and adolescents mental health over the next four years.

Gruppenfoto Ideas Lab Fotocredit: Scott Middleton

The starting shot for the research programme ‘Mental Health of Children and Adolescents’ was given! In late May 2017, a several-day Ideas Lab was held in Schlosspark Mauerbach. The aim was to establish an interdisciplinary research programme on the topic of ‘children of mentally ill parents’. The concept of ‘talking WITH rather than ABOUT the people affected’ played a major role in shaping the Ideas Lab and the further involvement of those affected and their family members in the research project.

 

Conference Participant at the Museum of Fine Arts Vienna

With support of AUVA and Lorenz-Böhler Hospital, the LBI for Experimental and Clinical Traumatology (LBI Trauma) has just hosted the 9th Wiggers-Bernard Conference entitled: “Pre-clinical Modeling in Sepsis: exchanging opinions and forming recommendations”.

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