Graduate School for Computing in Medicine & Life Sciences

The Graduate School for Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences (GS-CMLS) was established in 2007 in the framework of the Excellence Initiative of the German Governments. It links the three main fields of research of the university: medicine, computer science and life sciences. All main facilities are located on one campus. In the past 15 years more than 50 doctoral students have graduated from the Grad School embarking on successful careers in academia and industry. The Grad School is now a leading research centre in several fields e.g. medical robotics, optical coherence tomography and magnetic particle imaging.



Information for prospective doctoral candidates

Prospective doctoral candidates are advised to contact potential supervisors for research projects they are interested in. Here you can find a list of associated institutes.