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IMP.

Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – Mar 2 2019 – Disemvoweled

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The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) is a biomedical research center, which conducts curiosity-driven basic research in the molecular life sciences.


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The IMP is located at the Vienna Biocenter in Vienna, Austria. The institute employs around 270 people from 40 countries, of which over 200 are scientists[1]. The working language at the IMP is English. The IMP was established in 1985 and is funded by the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim and research grants.[2]

IMP comprises 15 independent research groups performing basic biological research across the following areas:[3]

Scientists at the IMP publish 60 to 90 papers in international peer-review journals per year: between 1985 and 2017, more than 2,000 research papers were published. 93 patents were filed based on discoveries made at the institute since 1985. IMP faculty was awarded 17 ERC Grants since the establishment of this grant scheme in 2007; about two thirds of the IMP faculty were ERC grantees by 2018[4]. Five IMP faculty members received Wittgenstein Awards since 1996. About one third of the faculty are elected members of EMBO.[5] In 2017, Kim Nasmyth received the Breakthrough Prize in life sciences for work on cohesin that he had done at the IMP. [6] One year later, his former IMP PhD student Angelika Amon was awarded the same prize.[7]

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