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Administered through Stanford ChEM-H, the Chemistry/Biology Interface 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.

Our primary mission is to cultivate interactions and thinking across disciplinary lines to enable innovations that improve human health.


Our aim is to prepare chemists, biologists and engineers to identify critical problems of human health importance and to tackle these challenges using an interdisciplinary approach grounded in our understanding of human health at the molecular level.
Carolyn Bertozzi, Program Director



This Program leverages the talent in Stanford's Schools of Humanities & Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to explore the interface of chemistry and human biology and to educate the next generation of scientists. Students from six participating departments across these three Schools are brought together to learn and work side-by-side throughout their graduate studies. 

For more information about the Program, eligibility, and how to apply, follow the link below

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