Additionally, he had been Guest Professor of Philosophy at the University of Vienna, Austria.
What does U VIENNA stand for?
U VIENNA stands for University of Vienna, Austria
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The study was a collaboration between researchers from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, the University of Cambridge, UK and the University of Vienna, Austria, the BBC reported.
Muller, MD, is professor of medical chemistry at the University of Vienna, Austria.
VATICAN CITY -- Only people in rich countries fret over and spend millions of dollars on so-called "nondiseases" such as wrinkles, cellulite and even boredom, said Markus Hengstschlager, professor of genetics at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, during of a Feb.
EUROCALL 2004 will be at the University of Vienna, Austria, 1-4 September 2004.
Experimental studies suggest that these variations may contribute to the expression of some symptoms in conditions such as allergic disorders and cancer, as well as have an influence on the metabolism of certain drugs," explains Erwin Tschachler, professor of dermatology, University of Vienna, Austria, and Scientific Director of CERIES.
A DAB of citrus perfume could help take the stress out of visiting the dentist, according to a study from the Neurological Clinic at the University of Vienna, Austria.