Thank you for your interest in the Department of Chemistry at Stanford. This website has been prepared to give prospective graduate students an introduction to our Department and to Stanford in general. Feel free to contact any of the faculty members to find out more about their research programs or other aspects of at Stanford. I think you will find that they share my enthusiasm for our Department and for the quality of our research program and teaching.
Our Departmental admissions staff, led by Roger Kuhn, can provide more general information about admissions procedures or the graduate program. They can be contacted at chem.admissions [at] stanford.edu ( )title="Admissions email address"or by calling (650) 723-1525.
Hema Karunadasa & Matthew Kanan
Co-Chairs, Graduate Admissions Committee
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