Graduate Student Programs
Stanford ChEM-H aims to educate a new generation of scientists from diverse backgrounds who will merge expertise in chemistry, biology, engineering, and clinical sciences to revolutionize how we understand and innovate in human health.
- The Chemistry/Biology Interface (CBI) Predoctoral Training Program provides Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. students with an interdisciplinary training experience to produce scientists and physician-scientists who are able to communicate across disciplines and leverage their perspectives to answer complex questions in innovative ways.
The Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship (SIGF) Program is a competitive, university-wide program that awards three-year fellowships to outstanding doctoral students engaged in interdisciplinary research. We are proud to welcome Stanford Interdisciplinary Fellows Affiliated with ChEM-H to our graduate student training community each year.
Training ChEM-H scientists for the future
“The opportunity to work in ChEM-H and among folks who are chemists and engineers has really been transformative.”
- Daniel Mokhtari, MD ’18, PhD ’21; 2019 Xu Family Foundation Fellow (SIGF)
“Being part of the ChEM-H CBI inaugural class has provided me with the connections and tools that have propelled our technology work to the next level.”
- Kara K. Brower, MS ’16, MSM ’20, PhD ’20; 2019 Siebel Fellow, 2014 Stanford EDGE-STEM Fellow