15 positions in thematically different project were advertised.
The job announcement ended on 30.4 and 14.5.2023 respectively.
There are currently no PhD positions available.
- will advance collaborations between clinical and paraclinical/preclinical institutions by enhancing transdisciplinary cooperation and activities.
- will train the next generation of One Health researchers, supporting the development and application of One Health approaches to optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystems.
- will provide interdisciplinary supervision of PhD projects to foster innovative hypotheses and novel methods to ensure high-quality, high-impact research across the One Health spectrum.
- will help bridge gaps between disciplines and sectors by sharing skills and knowledge, providing joint training and enabling international networking, thereby nurturing the personal and professional development of the students and their supervisors.
- will offer regular social and teambuilding events throughout its duration.
Students will have the opportunity to conduct research on human, animal and environmental health, contributing to innovative solutions to current and future health problems.
As a graduate, you will be prepared for a career in academia, government and industry, covering disciplines as diverse as wildlife and ecosystem health, public practice, food safety, herd health, disaster preparedness, zoonotic and emerging diseases, antimicrobial resistance and more. You will have the skills and knowledge to address the most pressing health challenges and to improve the health of animals, humans and the environment.
The Vetmeduni provides a dynamic and internationally successful research environment. With approximately 790 faculty members and 130 PhD students, we are recognized as one of the leading veterinary universities in central Europe and have a proven record of high-quality research
The University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna (https://www.vetmeduni.ac.at/en/) is one of the most renowned institutions of its kind in the world. Founded in 1767, the University has a history of excellence in veterinary education, research and patient care. It is in the capital city of Austria, Vienna, an attractive place to work and live. For the third time in the past five years, Vienna was awarded the top place in the 2022 Global Livability Index.