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Change of leadership at the LBI Trauma 2019

After 20 years as head of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Experimental and Clinical Traumatology Heinz Redl will hand over the lead in 2019. He will then continue to work at the LBI, providing his knowledge and expertise.

On the search for a successor the LBI Trauma wants to draw attention to the job advert. Applications are to be submitted via e-mail to Tanja Bielohaubek (tanja.bielohaubek@lbg.ac.at, LBG Career Center) until November 30th, 2017.

 

Lab for Open Innovation in Science application still open

With LOIS – the Lab for Open Innovation in Science - the LBG offers a unique training program bringing together researchers from various disciplines and stages in their careers. The goal is to link and share knowledge from different fields with people inside and outside the scientific community for the benefit of research. The next LOIS will start in May 2018, application is still open until November 15th. For further information please visit: ois.lbg.ac.at

First paper in cooperation with Columbia University published in Biomaterials

The research article on enhanced regeneration of critical-size long bone defects using hypertrophic chondrocyte grafts was published in Biomaterials (IF=8). Dr. Jon Bernhard, a Whitaker International Fellow to the LBI together with his colleagues showed the feasibility and promise of differentiated hypertrophic chondrocye grafts to regenerate critical-size femoral defects.

Wiggers-Bernard Conference at LBI Trauma

With support of AUVA and Lorenz-Böhler Hospital, the LBI has hosted the 9th Wiggers-Bernard Conference from May 3rd until 5th. The conference was entitled: “Pre-clinical Modeling in Sepsis: exchanging opinions and forming recommendations”. Over the period of three days, we had the privilege to host the crème de la crème of international experts (30 participants from 15 different countries) in clinical and pre-clinical sepsis.

14th Interdisciplinary Trauma Symposium in Linz

The 14th Interdisciplinary Trauma Symposium took place on 13. and 14. January 2017 in Linz. Organised by the Austrian Workers' Compensation Board (AUVA), the symposium was held under the theme “greatest moments in intensive care medicine”. Various talks in the areas of sepsis, infection or coagulopathy gave an extensive and interesting outline on the biggest challenges in intensive care.

Best Abstract Award for Christina Schuh and Karl Schneider at LBG Meeting for Health Sciences 2016

Christina Schuh and Karl Schneider each won one of four Best Abstracts Awards from the Ludwig Boltzmann Society. The award ceremony took place on 29 November 2016 and was part of the LBG Meeting for Health Sciences 2016. The meeting gives young scientists the possibility to present their research.

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