PhD Students’ Impressions



My first impression was that the building was very new, the lab well equipped and my co-workers friendly.

Lorenzo Camisi, PhD student in Biochemistry


Everyone in the group, right from senior PhD students to postdocs, helped me to get familiar with the technology and the experiments that were regularly conducted in our Lab. Apart from research, the Doctoral Students’ Association also helped me with my journey to make myself familiar with potential opportunities and tackle some of the issues regarding my doctoral studies.

Shivabalan Arun Prabha, PhD student in Biochemistry


PhD studies at the LSC have helped me to grow both personally and professionally. I am more than happy to be studying here and proud to wear LSC on my sleeve as an international student.

Akshay Kumar, PhD student in Biochemistry


My studies fully met my expectations, mostly because I had a knowledgeable and responsible supervisor. I would recommend the VU LSC to others who want to pursue a PhD as it provides high-quality education and plenty of international communication, so they could acquire valuable knowledge and have international perspective.

Wenming Liang, PhD student in Biophysics


I enjoy my studies as they provide a great opportunity to test my abilities to be a scientist. I am happy with the conditions here as rules of assessments, communication between administration and students and financing for research and scientific trips have been improved during the last years. I recommend PhD studies at the VU LSC for students who wish to do research in life sciences.

Mantas Adomaitis, former PhD student in Zoology


I have performed all my scientific work at LSC and started to collaborate with scientists from different departments. Here I can see many collaboration possibilities with scientists from different fields.

Aliona Avižinienė, former PhD student in Biotechnology

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