Stephanie Anderl
The role of PAX5 fusion genes in the pathogenesis of childhood B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
PhD Thesis
Supervised by Sabine Strehl, PhD  and Klaus Fortschegger, PhD

Amedeo Azizi 
Simian Virus 40 and the Human Polyomaviruses JCV and BKV in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Paediatric Brain Tumor Patients. 
PhD Thesis
Supervised by Prof. Irene Slavc, MD, Univ. Kinderklinik and Prof. Prof. Oskar A. Haas, MD

Radostina Bachmaier 
Post-translational modifications of the Ewing´s Tumor oncoprotein EWS-FLI1.
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Heinrich Kovar, PhD

Sara Colomer-Lahiguera
The role of CDKN1B-p27kip1 deregulation in the pathogenesis of pediatric T-cell acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
PhD Thesis
Supervised by Sabine Strehl, PhD

Dagmar Denk 
The role of PAX5 fusion genes in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Sabine Strehl, PhD

Alexander M. Dohnal 
Anti leukemia-specific humoral immune response in children with T-lineage acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

Karin Ebner 
Rolle von Adenoviren bei malignen Tumoren. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Thomas Lion, MD, PhD

Karin Fasching 
Leukemia clone specific antigen receptor gene rearrangements. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

M. Fink
RET- Mutationsuntersuchungen. "Molecular genetic analysis of the RET proto-oncogene in sporadic and herditary medullary thyroid carcinoma." 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Oskar A. Haas, MD

Ursula Hainz 
The role of tryptophan catabolism in T-cell regulation after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Andreas Heitger, MD

Klaudia Hettinger 
Antigen receptor gene rearrangements in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

E. Hörth 
Dynamics of Expression of the human Leukemia-associated fusion gene BCR/ABL. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Thomas Lion, MD, PhD

Susanne Hübner 
Antigen receptor gene rearrangements in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia: implications for the biology of the disease. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

Katharina Hüttner 
Development of a mouse model for anti-tumor immune therapy – basic research in vitro and first applications in vivo. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Thomas Felzmann, MD, MBA

Andrea Inthal 
The erythropoietin receptor (EPOR) and t(12;21) positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

Birgit Jürgens 
The immunomodulatory mechanisms of indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase (IDO) in human allo-reactivity. 

PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Andreas Heitger, MD

Agata Kowalska 
Linkage of chromosomal sequence information enables mapping of chromosomal expression profile of senescent neuroblastoma cells. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Peter F. Ambros, PhD

Gerd Krapf 
The molecular function of ETV6/RUNX1 in t(12;21) positive acute Lymphoblastic leukaemia. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

Michael Kreppel 
A role for CD99 in Ewing´s sarcoma family tumors: By modulating KCMF1 CD99 is involved in the migratory ability of Ewing´s sarcoma cells. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Heinrich Kovar, PhD

Franciska Leberl 
CD34 Subpopulationen in peripherem Blut und Knochenmark und deren Differenzierungsverhalten in vitro”.
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Gerhard Fritsch, PhD

Manfred Lehner 
Responses of dendritic cells to factors released during viral and bacterial infection and to physiologic signals during interaction with T-cells. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Wolfgang Holter, MD, PhD

Mareike Lindbauer
IDO: a target for improving anti-tumour immunity. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Thomas Felzmann, MD, MBA

Peter Mikl 
The in vitro and in vivo expression of the cytolytic protein Perforin. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Wolfgang Holter, MD, PhD

B. Mossier 
Identification of genomic DNA sequences and cellular proteins interacting with the FLI1 domain of oncogenic EWS/FLI1 in Ewing tumor cells. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Kovar, PhD

Rita Narath 
Quantification of revertant tumor cells in MYCN amplified neuroblastoma cell lines. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Peter F. Ambros, PhD

Karin Nebral 
Detection and characterization of PAX5 aberrations in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Sabine Strehl, PhD

Christine Siligan 
Isolation of EWS-FLI1 target genes in Ewing´s sarcoma
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Heinrich Kovar, PhD

Christian Skarits 
Quantitation of LDL (apoB/E) receptor, HMG-CoA reductase, SREBP-1a, -1c, and –2 mRNA in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from patiets with acute myelogeneous leukemia and juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia by competitive RT-PCR. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Oskar A. Haas, MD

Laura Spahn 
Cellular protein interaction partners for the oncogenic transcription factor EWS-FLI1: Delineation of the interaction surface with hsRPB7 and characterization of the communication with the tumor suppressor BARD1. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Heinrich Kovar, PhD

Manuel Steiner 
Reactivations in Langerhans cell histiocytosis. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Assoc. Prof. Milen Minkov, MD and Prof. Prof. Helmut Gadner, MD, MD

F. Stolz 
Minimal residual disease in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Renate E. Panzer-Grümayer, MD

Franz Watzinger 
Innovative Approaches to nucleid acid – quantification via polymerase-chain reaction. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Prof. Thomas Lion, MD, PhD

Martha Wnorowski 
Pattern and Course of neurodegenerative Langerhans cell Histiocytosis. 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by Nicole Grois, MD, and Prof. Helmut Gadner, MD

Petra Zeitlhofer 
X Chromosome Nondisjunction and Inactivation Mechanisms in Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) and Non Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL). 
PhD Thesis 
Supervised by DI Andreas Weinhäusel, PhD, and Prof. Oskar A. Haas, MD