#114 – Becca Schell

In this episode, KGI Professor Larry Davis interviews Becca Schell, an expert in the field of regulatory affairs who currently serves as a Regulatory Affairs Specialist at GlycoMimetics. Becca received […]

#113 – Lydia Villa-Komaroff and David Lawrence

In this episode of the KGI podcast, we’re excited to share a recording from a biotech and healthcare webinar featuring KGI trustee Lydia Villa-Komaroff and KGI School of Medicine Dean […]

#112 – Ross Grossman & Jim Widergren

The goal of this April 13 webinar was to provide a platform for KGI Trustees Jim Widergren and Ross Grossman to share advice with prospective and current students.

#111 – Robert Plush

Robert Plush is the Head of Partnerships at ScaleHealth, a biotech accelerator and healthcare innovation hub. Robert is an Entrepreneur in Residence and Advisory Board member for the Consortium for […]


Kiana Aran Shares Insight with CRISPR Medicine News

KGI’s Kiana Aran talks about the first products in quality control for CRISPR gene-editing, and how she expects the CRISPR-Chip soon to revolutionize biology. The article, “The CRISPR-Chip can optimise […]

How to Cope with Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Christy Billock is the Founding Program Director of the Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program at KGI. This semester, she is teaching a Lifestyle Medicine course online. The class consists of […]



What Can You Do with a Biotech Degree?

Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field that encompasses many career paths within corporations, startups, universities, and the government sector. It merges biology and technology to treat a wide range of […]

How Much Do Pharmacists Make?

The average salary earned by a pharmacist in the United States in 2018 was $95,865, for female pharmacists, and $113,194, for male pharmacists. On the whole, the average salary was […]

How to Become a Data Scientist

Big data is the lifeblood of almost every industry right now. The demand for data scientists to help take that data and process it into tangible and actionable formats has […]

How to Get Into Med School

If you plan to get into med school in the future, here’s an important number to memorize: 40%. That’s the percentage of first-year medical students that successfully matriculated during the […]