- 4.6.1965: born in Salzburg
- 1983: Matura at the private grammar school of the Herz-Jesu-Missionare in Salzburg
- Medical studies at the Universities of Innsbruck and Vienna
- 1987: One semester abroad at the University Hospital Bichat – Claude Bernard in Paris, France
- July 1993: Doctorate (Dr. med. univ.)
- 1993 to 1995: Assistant at the Institute of Anatomy
- 1995 to 2001: Training as a specialist in surgery at Hainburg Hospital
- 1 September 2001: Specialist in surgery
- 1998: training for two months at the University Hospital Bichat – Claude Bernard in Paris, France, Clinic for Orthopaedics, Hand and Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- 2003 to 2006: training as a specialist in trauma surgery at the UKH Lorenz Böhler in Vienna
- Specialist in trauma surgery since 1 May 2006
- 2006 to 2007: Specialist in trauma surgery at the UKH Lorenz Böhler in Vienna
- Since 2004: research associate at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Clinical and Experimental Traumatology/Research Centre of AUVA Vienna.
Research focus: post-traumatic regeneration in the peripheral nervous system
- Since 2008: Fellow of International College of Surgeons
- February 2009 to December 2014: Head of the Department of Surgery with a focus on trauma & hand surgery at Landesklinikum Hainburg
- Specialisation in hand surgery since 1 June 2011
- Since 1 Jan 2015: Medical Director and Head of Trauma Surgery at Lorenz Böhler Trauma Hospital
- 3 Nov 2015: Habilitation in trauma surgery and appointment as private lecturer at Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg
Heinzel J, Längle G, Oberhauser V, Hausner T, Kolbenschlag J, Prahm C, Grillari J, Hercher D (2020) Use of the CatWalk gait analysis system to assess functional recovery in rodent models of peripheral nerve injury – a systematic review. J Neurosci Methods 2020 Nov 1;345:108889.
Teuschl AH, Schuh C, Halbweis R, Pajer K, Márton G, Hopf R, Mosia S, Rünzler D, Redl H, Nógrádi A & Hausner T (2015). A New Preparation Method for Anisotropic Silk Fibroin Nerve Guidance Conduits and Its Evaluation In Vitro and in a Rat Sciatic Nerve Defect Model. Tissue Eng Part C Methods, 21(9):945-957.
Hausner T, Marvaldi L, Márton G, Pajer K, Hopf R, Schmidhammer R, Hausott B, Redl H, Nógrádi A & Klimaschewski L (2014). Inhibition of calpains fails to improve regeneration through a peripheral nerve conduit. Neurosci Lett, 566:280-285.
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