The Hartwig Group welcomes and is committed to fostering the development and long-term success of students from diverse backgrounds—including scientific, educational, regional, gender, sexual orientation, social, religious, or ethnic in all combinations. We work together to ensure everyone's success and are proud of the accomplishments of those from all backgrounds during and after their time in the laboratory. We acknowledge the enormous impact that alumni from traditionally marginalized groups have had in our research legacy: nine of our ten most cited papers were authored by women, African Americans, open members of the LGBT+ community, and those with disabilities. For our full page on group values, click here. For information on applying to the group, click here.

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Graduate Students

John Brunn
Sukriyo Chakraborty
Nicodemo Ciccia
Richard Conk
Shirley Guo
Nicholas Hadler
Gabe Herrera
Calvin Huffman
Isaac Joyner
Yi Cheng Kang
Colby Kayrouz
Chris La
Jenna Manske
Jose Mondragon
Jeremy Nicolai
Christina Pierson
Andrew Quest
Jake Shi
Yuanzhe Xie
Nicole Xu
Isaac Yu

Postdoctoral Scholars

Dr. Kyan D'Angelo
Dr. Molly McFadden
Dr. Ian Rinehart
Dr. Akira Tanushi
Dr. Wei Zhao

Visiting Scholars

Camille Chartier
Yewei Chen
Teresa Horak
Yanlin Liu
Takahiro Suto

Undergraduate Students

Emily Dai
Yifan Guo
Alexander Hurlburt
Hamile Khan
Diane Kim
Julia Kim
Antheia Pham
Timothy Pinkhassik
Nathan Sun
Richard Wetterer
Ron Zheng

Former Members

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Join Us

Interested graduate students should apply to the UC Berkeley graduate program in chemistry.

Interested postdoctoral candidates should submit a cover letter describing interests and fellowship or funding opportunities and a CV including publications and brief information on graduate courses in an email with the subject header "Application for a Postdoctoral Position".

Interested U.C. Berkeley undergraduate students can access our application portal here.

We understand that students from nontraditional collegiate backgrounds can face certain challenges getting started in undergraduate research, and we are here to help as best we can. We especially encourage first generation students, transfer students, and students from underrepresented minorities in science to apply.