The GSLS provides comprehensive and structured training to more than 300 doctoral researchers. Together with over 200 principal investigators the GSLS supports doctoral projects and offers scientific and professional training options.

Would you like to join our successful student community? The GSLS offers different programs depending on your academic degree. Before you apply for admission into the GSLS, please study this section to avoid delayed or rejected applications.

The GSLS offers a wide variety of support and benefits to enrolled doctoral researchers. This section provides you with all the information required to successfully graduate from the GSLS. Here you can also find all currently scheduled activities.

Capable and experienced postdoctoral researchers are the scientific backbone of research groups. If you are a PostDoc who supervises doctoral researchers and wants to establish a research group, the GSLS can support you through the PostDoc Plus program.

Inspiring and committed supervisors are a key to the success of the GSLS. If you are an independent group leader in the Life Sciences in Würzburg, the GSLS welcomes your membership application.

Scientific work is at the heart of every dissertation. The GSLS offers the entire spectrum of Life Sciences as research opportunities, with supervisors coming from the faculties of biology, chemistry, medicine, physics and philosophy (psychology). With such a variety, you can find almost all aspects of research covered within our sections.


On 10th&11th July, GSLS alumni Dr. Heide Marie Roth will introduce Microscale Thermophoresis to interested scientists. The workshop will take place in the RVZ/ZINF/IMIB.

If you enjoy a break from science once in a while, the Summer program of "Foreign Scientist at the University of Würzburg" has a lot to offer. Have a look and join any or all of the social and cultural events they organize for you!

The courses for the summer (and early fall) have been announced and we have extended our course portfolio through the addition of new courses.

The organization committee for the Doctoral Researchers' Symposium has set the date for the symposium for the 14th & 15th of October. Be sure to mark those days in your schedule.