Mission Statement

The Core Facilities for Flow Cytometry, Genomics, Imaging and Proteomics at the Medical University of Vienna provide scientists with easy access to state-of-the-art high-end equipment and cutting edge technology to address highly sophisticated research questions. The Core Facilities are operated by excellently trained and highly experienced staff that are well prepared and happy to assist researchers with their expertise in planning and streamlining the experiments in order to optimize the use of available resources. In addition, the Core Facilities see it as their task to constantly develop and establish new techniques and methods to ensure that future needs and demands of the scientific community can be met efficiently and with highest quality standards.

Head: Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Johann Wojta

 

News

  • CF Proteomics: Since of July 2021 Ap.Prof. Priv.-Doz. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Klaus Kratochwill is the new Head of the Core Facility Proteomics.

  • New fax number: The Core Facilities can be reached by the new fax number 40400 73578.

  • Internship: In the months of July and August there was a biology student of the University of Vienna, who guested as an intern in the Core Facilities. The focus of the internship was getting to know the technology of the "Next Generation Sequencing", the laboratory, the equipment and the experiments. Methods of the bioinformatical genomanalasis were learned and applied.

  • "Kinderuni": Sophia Derdak and Markus Jeitler of the Core Facilities Genomics held a workshop for the "Kinderuni", which was also attended by the federal minister Heinz Faßmann. (more information you'll find here in the intranet)

  • CF RNA Genomics: New publications "Proteomic and genomic analysis of acid dentin lysate with focus on TGF-β signaling" and "LMO3 reprograms visceral adipocyte metabolism during obesity" (see "publications")

  • The Proteomics Core Facility is happy to announce the installation of the HTX-M5 Sprayer (for more infos click here)



    Attention: To ensure safety for our users and staff we have adapted the procedures. Please click on the link to download the PDF "Standard Operating Procedure for Project Planning and Sample Transfer to the Proteomics Core Facility

 

 

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