The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) selected Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) student Sunny Patel for its Pharmacy Student Experiential Program (PSEP) with a rotation in the Office of Program and Regulatory Affairs.
Criteria is demanding and requires each student's GPA be at the top 10 percent of their respective class. Earning this honor reflects the commitment each of these students has made to KGI and their academic success.
The December competition involved 12 teams from the PHAR 430 course. The winning product featured a multifunctional, software-integrated device that enables pharmacies to focus on patient-centered care.
Students from the Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) School of Pharmacy attended an interprofessional event held in Riverside. Intended to increase awareness of the opioid abuse epidemic, the program asked participants to discuss the ethics involved.
In the span of her two years at Keck Graduate Institute (KGI), Dr. Rachita Sumbria has already received two important grants.
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