Thank you for your interest in our graduate program! We offer many exciting opportunities for your Ph.D. with strong research programs available in the areas of Analytical, Chemical Biology, Inorganic, Materials, Organic, and Physical chemistry. Over 250 excellent graduate students are already pursuing projects in over 50 research groups.
The Chemistry Department is located on the University of Michigan's central campus next to the departments of Biology, Geology, and Physics. Programs in Applied Physics and Biophysics as well as the Schools of Natural Resources and Pharmacy are also adjacent to Chemistry. The Life Sciences Institute and Medical School are just a few blocks away. The College of Engineering is a short bus ride away. Chemistry's central location fosters many productive interdisciplinary interactions.
Chemical Biology Training Program
Michigan Chemistry Fellows (Postdoctoral)
Analytical Chemistry (Analytical brochure) (pdf)
Chemical Biology (Chem Bio brochure) (pdf)
Inorganic Chemistry (Inorganic brochure) (pdf)
Materials Chemistry (Materials brochure) (pdf)
Organic Chemistry (Organic brochure) (pdf)
Physical Chemistry (Physical brochure) (pdf)
The University of Michigan - widely regarded as one of the world's finest research institutions - is an energetic community of students, scholars, researchers, scientists and artists. Each year, more than 35,000 individuals from all 50 states and more than 100 countries are drawn to the University by its reputation for scholastic innovation and excellence, academic accomplishment and artistic freedom.
The University is located in Ann Arbor, MI, a small city of 110,000, combining the comfort and charm of a college town with the vivid cultural life of a large city. The Chemistry department is located on central campus with major retail and restaurant areas located just a few blocks away. The Huron river runs through town just north of the central campus. For a schedule of everything going on, take a look at ArborWeb. Ann Arbor is routinely rated one on the top cities to live in the United States. Maps to many of the nearby entertainment, shopping, and sports venues can be found here. Information on Graduate Housing is available.