Medical University Vienna
Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at the Medical University of Vienna at the General Hospital of the City of Vienna
© Alexandra Thajer
The department of pediatrics and adolescent medicine at the Medical University of Vienna is the largest paediatric centre in Austria; it was founded in 1911. The head of the department is Prof. Susanne Greber-Platzer, MD, MBA. It provides all special fields of paediatrics and covers medical care, research and teaching with a multi-professional team. The department of pediatrics and adolescent medicine consists of 5 clinical divisions:
- Division of neonatology, paediatric intensive care medicine and neuropaediatrics
- Division of paediatric pulmology, allergology and endocrinology
- Division of paediatric nephrology and gastroenterology
- Division of paediatric cardiology
- Division of general paediatrics with particular regard to the paediatric haemato-oncology department of St. Anna children's hospital
Research is one of our core tasks at the department of pediatrics and adolescent medicine and it is organised in the form of main research topics of the respective divisions and also structured by research-core-units.
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Due to its research topics and top performance the department of pediatrics and adolescent medicineholds a top position in the field of research in Europe. In 2012, 1438 impact points were achieved with 308 publications.
The network head office OKIDS has a close partnership with the department of pediatrics and adolescent medicine and the Co-ordination Centre for Clinical Studies of the Medical University of Vienna. In this way expertise and other required resources can efficiently be provided in order to speed up the study initiation process and the execution of academic and industrial studies. The co-operation and interconnectedness is summarised in the organisation chart of the executive department for clinical research of the Medical University of Vienna.
Erstellt: Thajer | Freigegeben des zuständigen OELS für Forschung: Berger
Kinder- und Jugendheilkunde
Währinger Gürtel 18-20
Tel.: +43 1 40400 31880
Fax: +43 1 40400 31890
Univ. Prof. Dr. Susanne Greber-Platzer, MBA
© MedUni Wien F.Matern
Assistant director of the executive department for clinical research:
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Angelika Berger, MBA
OKIDS Project Manager Medical University of Vienna:
Mag. Dr. Dr. Alexandra Thajer, MSc.