Intensive research is carried out in and around the LebensPhasenHaus – qualitative and quantitative, interdisciplinary and translateral.This includes everything from basic research through testing and application to extensive evaluation studies. This is what one particular group of scientists stands for – the same scientists who gave the impetus to the LebensPhasenHaus and who have ever since been coordinating and ensuring the construction and running of the house. Whether geriatric medicine and nursing sciences, natural sciences, ethics and cultural sciences or computer science, economics and social sciences – the University of Tübingen has approximately 28,000 students, and more than 500 professorships and 4,500 scientists, who unite a multitude of scientific disciplines. These experts also participate in numerous research projects in the LebensPhasenHaus.

The University of Tübingen has been a centre of top research and excellent teaching for more than 500 years. To this end, the University maintains an exchange with partners all over the world – with other universities as well as with non-university research institutions, business, politics and society. Networking and cross-border cooperation between faculties and subjects are the cornerstones of University Tübingen's successful strategy. The success of this strategy is reflected in its excellent positioning in international rankings.Furthermore, the University of Tübingen is one of eleven German universities that have been distinguished as excellent.

Our motto: research, relevance, responsibility. The LebensPhasenHaus is living proof of this.