Funding Opportunities & Financial Support
If you are interested joining the Chueh Group, please review this list of resources available for applicants. This list includes resources for high school, undergraduate, graduate and post-doc students who are seeking financial assistance for application, moving, stipends, and research.
Most post-docs in the Chueh Group (currently, over 85%) do not join the lab by way of a job posting for a specific project, but instead find or develop a project after joining. The Chueh Group has benefited immensely from the diverse skill sets and backgrounds of our members, and we encourage anyone interested in joining the lab to fill out this form to express your interest and provide some information about yourself, used to provide a holistic approach to our post-doc hiring process.
We further encourage applicants to review the list of resources available to applicants and new members.
Despite having hired the majority of our post-doctoral researchers without a specific posting, we do have some more specific postings for ongoing projects below. Within our interest form, you may indicate your interest in one of these more specific projects.
Important Note for 2024: Due to a recent influx of postdocs, the Chueh group will not be considering new postdoc applicants until the fall of 2024. We encourage eligible applicants to check back at that time.
Doctoral Researcher Recruitment
This link contains an overview of the Chueh group PhD recruitment process for the academic year 2023-2024. We encourage applicants to review the list of resources available to applicants and new members.
Note: This is relevant only for current Stanford students who are searching for a group. Prospective applicants should look at the admissions site for their department of interest.
Masters or Undergraduate Researcher
Please see our ongoing list of MS and UG research projects here. Reach out to the listed potential mentors for any project that interests you. Note that projects change rapidly, so you may find mentors no longer need mentees or that their project has changed since its posting. We encourage you to try again if a project is no longer available! Undergraduate students will have the option of taking research for credit or being paid an hourly wage (contingent on the availability of research funds).
High Schooler Researcher
Coming soon - we are developing an internal high school researcher internship program. If you are interested in pursuing an internship with us next summer, we still encourage you to reach out to Will so we can update you as our program develops. We further encourage applicants to review the list of resources available to applicants and new members.