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Frequent salting of food increases the risk of stomach cancer

People who regularly salt their food may be at a higher risk of developing stomach cancer, according to a new study. After analyzing the health data…

Election of new member to the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)

Eva Schernhammer from the Departmnet of Epidemiology has been elected as a member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)

Veronika Fialka-Moser Diversity Prize 2024

Pia Rottjakob was awarded the Veronika Fialka-Moser Diversity Prize (second place) for her Master's thesis "The Relationship between Reproductive…

OeGEpi Best Paper Award

We are pleased to announce that Claudia Zimmerman from the Department of Epidemiology has been honored with the OeGEpi Best Paper Award 2023. The…

Effectiveness of mental health promotion seminar for first year medical students confirmed in study

Medical staff are exposed to high levels of stress not only at work, but also during their training and education. Several studies have found that…

5th Gabriele Possanner Lecture at the Center for Public Health | April 18, 2024

We are delighed to announce that Frank B. Hu will give a lecture on "Precision Nutrition for Obesity Prevention and Improving Metabolic Health: Is It…

Improving cancer prevention among people experiencing homelessness

While people experiencing homelessness are more exposed to cancer-associated risk factors, there is a lack of awareness and structures for targeted…

Thomas Niederkrotenthaler appointed as professor in the field of Public Health

Public mental health expert with a focus on suicide prevention research

Renowed Scientist honored for outstanding research achievements

Eva Schernhammer was recognized for her exceptional contributions to the field of science at the new year's reception of the Medical University of…

Purina Awards Research Grants to Better Understand the Human-Pet Bond

Four Grants awarded to help scientists from the U.S., Canada, and Austria (Magdalena Żebrowska, Department of Epidemiology) investigate the unique…