Founding of the Graz Medical Faculty by Emperor Franz Josef I on 13 January.
11 chairs in the founding year
Average number of students: 200 per year.
Resolution of the Styrian state parliament to acquire the land of Graf Schönborn in St. Leonhard and Stifting for the construction of the Regional Hospital.
Ceremonial opening of the new campus of the University of Graz.
First X-ray apparatus and first ECG at the hospital.
First ever admission of women to the Graz Medical Faculty.
Opening of University Hospital Graz at Auenbruggerplatz.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Fritz Pregl.
Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded to Julius Wagner von Jauregg.
Pharmacologist Otto Loewi is awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine.
Hospital premises renamed as Auenbruggerplatz.
Introduction of the new curriculum Human Medicine with hands-on training and teaching in small groups.
Opening of the new entrance centre of University Hospital Graz.
Founding of the Medical University of Graz on 1 January.
Opening of the Centre for Medical Research (ZMF) including Library and Learning Centre. Launch of Nursing Science studies programme.
Introduction of the compulsory clinical traineeship for general medicine.
Launch of the first international PhD programme and the first Ludwig Boltzmann Institute at Med Uni Graz.
Inauguration of Rector Univ.-Prof. Dr. Josef Smolle.
Opening of the first Clinical Skills Centre in Austria.
Launch of K-project BioPersMed.
Signing of the cooperation agreement between KAGes and Med Uni Graz.
Founding of the Styrian University Conference platform.
University Hospital Graz celebrates its 100-year anniversary.
The Medical University of Graz celebrates 150 years of university medicine.