Doctoral Theses

  • Janine Geissenberger, MSc., Doctoral Program at the Faculty of Natural Sciences (University of Salzburg), Skeletal muscle protein degradation for time since death estimation. Supervision: Assoz.Prof.Dr. Peter Steinbacher, Ass.Prof.Dr. Stefan Pittner, in progress.
  • Dr.rer.nat. Stefan Pittner, Doctoral Program at the Faculty of Natural Sciences (University of Salzburg),  Postmortem degradation of skeletal muscle to delimitate the time since death. Supervision: Assoz.Prof.Dr. Peter Steinbacher, Univ.-Prof.Dr. Fabio Monticelli, 2017
  • Dr.rer.nat. Elena E. Foditsch, Doctoral Program at the Faculty of Natural Sciences (University of Salzburg), Time dependent post mortem changes of skeletal muscle to delimitate the time since death - A histological, fine structural and biochemical approach. Supervision: A.o.Prof Dr. Alexandra M. Sänger, Univ.Prof. Dr. Fabio C. Monticelli, Univ.Prof. Dr. Edith Tutsch-Bauer, 2012
  • Dr.med.univ. Christine Danner, Medicine (Medical University Innsbruck), Untersuchungen zum Pupillenlichtreflex unter verkehrsmedizinischen Aspekten mittels Compact Integrated Pupillographie. Supervision: Univ.Prof. Dr. Fabio C. Monticelli, 2007

 

 

Habilitations

  • Dr. Jan Cemper-Kiesslich

Venia for Forensic Molecular Biology - with focus on molecular archaeology, bioarchaeology and archaeometry, 2015

Habilitation treatise: Über das Lesen genetischer Information als alternative Methode der historisch-archäologischen Quellenkritik. 

  • Dr. Sebastian N. Kunz

Venia for Legal Medicine, 2013

Habilitation treatise: Gerichtsmedizinische Aspekte während und nach dem Einsatz von Elektroschockdistanzwaffen.

  • Dr. Fabio C. Monticelli

Venia for Legal Medicine, 2007

Habilitation treatise: Pupillenverhalten als Parameter zur Beurteilung zentralnervöser Beeinträchtigungen durch Drogen und Medikamente.

  • Dr. Thomas Keller

Venia for Forensic Toxikology, 2005

Habilitation treatise: Ionenmobilitätsspektrometrie, Etablierung einer neuen Analysentechnik in der Forensischen Toxikologie an der Gerichtsmedizin der Universität Salzburg

  • Dr. Harald J. Meyer

Venia for Legal Medicine, 2003

Habilitation treatise: Die Bedeutung der Informationstechnologie für die gerichtsmedizinische Identifizierung unbekannter Toter. 

  • Dr. Franz Neuhuber

Venia for Forensic Molecular Biology, 2000

Habilitation treatise: Humane Mikrosatelliten-Polymorphismen: Untersuchungen in forensischen Fragestellungen (mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Mutationen). 

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