Founding of the Graz Medical Faculty by Emperor Franz Josef I on 13 January.
Management of the Graz Regional Hospital as a university teaching hospital on 1 November.
Establishment of 11 chairs at the Medical Faculty.
Partial incorporation of the surgeon’s sanatorium.
11 chairs in the founding year:
Average number of students: 200 per year.
Appointment of a professorship in psychiatry and neurology - for the time being associated with the directorate of the Am Feldhof provincial lunatic asylum.
Relocation of the institutes of anatomy and physiology to the first newly built building at the campus of the University of Graz in Harrachgasse.
Founding of the chair of microscopic anatomy (histology and embryology) and of the associate professorship and department of dermatology.
Nomination of the first reader in paediatrics.
Appointment of a full professor of pharmacology.
Introduction of an associate professor of experimental pathology.
Opening of the associate professorship of hygiene and founding of the Psychiatric Hospital.
Appointment of a professor of paediatrics.
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.
Opening of the Graz ENT department - only the eighth ENT department in the whole of the German-speaking region.
Ceremonial opening of the new campus of the University of Graz.
The Institute of Hygiene is accommodated at Universitätsplatz 4.
First X-ray apparatus and first ECG at the hospital.
Theoretical medical subjects are combined at Universitätsplatz 4 (except for anatomy and physiology).
First ever admission of women to the Graz Medical Faculty.
First women students: Maria Schuhmeister and Octavia Aigner Rollett. Dr. Maria Schuhmeister is the first woman medical student in Austria to successfully complete her medical studies.
Appointment of a chair of dental surgery. Dr. Octavia Aigner Rollett becomes the first practising woman doctor to open a practice in Graz.
Opening of University Hospital Graz at Auenbruggerplatz. Relationships in patient care were brought up to date in keeping with the times.
Number of students is increased due to interest from foreign students.
First birth at University Hospital Graz on 3 July.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Fritz Pregl.
Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded to Julius Wagner von Jauregg.
First habilitation treatise by a woman at the University of Graz: Angelika Börner-Patzelt, histology and embryology.
Pharmacologist Otto Loewi is awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine.
Otto Loewi flees to New York to the College of Medicine.
Dismissal and arrest of a large number of Jewish scientists.
Appointment of Carla Zawisch-Ossenitz as the first ever woman professor at the Medical Faculty and at the University of Graz for the subject of “histology and embryology.”
Hospital premises renamed as Auenbruggerplatz.
Establishment of a special neurology ward.
Establishment of a chair in medical radiology.
Founding of the Department of Radiology.
Establishment of the Institute of Medical Biology and Human Genetics.
Relocation of the Department of Paediatrics from Mozartgasse to the new buildings in the hospital grounds.
Opening of the Department of Neurosurgery.
First chair for paediatric surgery in Austria.
Founding of the Institutes of Social Medicine, Medical Informatics, Statistics and Documentation.
Establishment of Departments of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Medicine, and the separation of Neurology and Psychiatry into two independent Departments.
Founding of the following departments: Departments of Trauma Surgery, Urology, Medical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Blood Group Serology and Transfusion Medicine, Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology as well as Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic Surgery.
Establishment of the Clinical Institute of Medical and Chemical Laboratory Diagnostics and start-up of the EBA (initial examination – observation – admission).
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.
Inauguration of the founding Rector - Univ.-Prof. DDr. Gerhard Franz Walter.
Opening of the Centre for Medical Research (ZMF) including Library and Learning Centre.
Launch of Nursing Science studies programme.
Award of the first honorary doctorate by the Medical University of Graz.
Launch of a state-of-the-art MRI scanner research facility.
Opening of Bad Aussee Hospital for psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy.
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.
First international accreditation of human medicine and dental medicine of any Austrian medical university.
Inauguration of Rector Univ.-Prof. Dr. Josef Smolle.
First graduates from the new curriculum of human medicine.
Opening of the first Clinical Skills Centre in Austria.
First Laura Bassi Centre of Expertise at Med Uni Graz.
Launch of K-project BioPersMed.
The first Austrian university to be awarded the European Charter for Researchers.
Signing of the cooperation agreement between KAGes and Med Uni Graz.
Establishment of the first Christian Doppler Laboratory.
Launch of the interuniversity platform BioTechMed.
Founding of the Styrian University Conference platform.
University Hospital Graz celebrates its 100-year anniversary.
Unconditional certification of the QM system in all departments.
Research achievements triple since founding in 2004.
The first white coat ceremony in Austria is carried out.
The Medical University of Graz celebrates 150 years of university medicine.
The first International Student Congress, ISC in Austria is organised.
Award of the state prize “Ars docendi” for excellence in teaching at Med Uni Graz.
Ground-breaking ceremony for the Module 1 building complex of the new MED CAMPUS.
Inauguration of the biobank network BBMRI at Med Uni Graz.
The Medical University of Graz celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
Forward-looking training cooperation with Johannes Kepler University of Linz.
Unique teaching concept at the Medical University of Graz – the Emergency Room for student.
Opening of the Centre of Knowledge and Technology Transfer in Medicine (ZWT).
Establishment of a new K1 Centre of Competence for Biomarker Research (CB Med).