Team Master’s Project Findings on Artificial Intelligence Published in DIA Journal

The findings of a Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) Team Master’s Project (TMP) from the 2017-18 school year have been published in the December 6, 2018 edition of the Drug Information Association’s Journal Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science. The Team Master’s Project was titled “Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Technologies for Regulatory Intelligence” and was conducted in […]

Five PharmD Students Earn Fall Professional Development Scholarship

Five Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) students enrolled in the Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SPHS) were awarded a $300 scholarship for professional development. Established by KGI’s inaugural Doctor of Pharmacy Class of 2018, the PharmD Student Professional Development Fund helps students with fees associated with attending professional development conferences and […]

Alumna Sarah Sine, MEng ’18, Transforms into a Bioprocessing Scientist

This feature story originally appeared in the KGI Annual Report, which is linked here. As a bioprocessing scientist, Sarah Sine, MEng ’18, is involved in production and process optimization for Cell Care Therapeutics, contributing to the company’s development of stem cell–derived therapies for inflammatory neurovascular diseases. “They first took me on as an intern, based on […]

Alumni Armando Cortes Redefines the PharmD Pathway

This feature story originally appeared in the KGI Annual Report, which is linked here. Armando Cortes, PharmD ’18, was initially attracted to pharmacy because he wanted a career in a health field incorporating chemistry, his undergraduate major and an area of science he loved. He came to KGI with a desire to help as many people […]

International Blog

International Blog: December 10, 2018

Hello KGI friends! We are so close to getting done! This week was super intense and it took me one entire day just to understand all the things I have to get done before I leave for the break! We pretty much had loads of stuff to complete for TMP, since we have our final […]

International Blog: December 3, 2018

Hello KGI pals! We are almost there, nearing the winter break. Just breathe and you’ll do great! This week had a bunch of small events and one huge event. I was pretty busy with my TMP conducting interviews for the first half of the week; for the second half of the week I had to […]

International Blog—November 26, 2018

Hello KGI Peeps! Hope things are going great! I can’t believe we are almost done with November. This month truly escalated very quickly. I had the most amazing Thanksgiving break. It started from having the best potluck at KGI during the International Thanksgiving and ended with me gobbling up some pumpkin pie at my family […]

International Blog—November 19, 2018

Hello KGI pals! Hope everybody is having a fantastic week. We had two super exciting events this week which I hope everyone had a chance to attend as well. The first one was the International Education Week event: International Women in STEM. This session was definitely amazing and we got to learn so much about […]


#48 – Peter Saltonstall

In this week’s episode, KGI President Sheldon Schuster chatted with Peter Saltonstall, the President and CEO of the National Organization for Rare Disorders – also known as NORD. Peter joined NORD in 2008 after having served for more than 30 years as a senior executive in both for-profit and not-for-profit healthcare environments. Under his leadership, […]

#47 – Sandra Sanchez & David Ha

On this week’s episode of the KGI Podcast, we turn the mic over to David Ha and Sandra Sanchez. David is an assistant professor of clinical sciences at KGI while Sandra is a PharmD student who will graduate in 2020. During this conversation, they cover a wide range of topics, including: the professional development award […]

#46 – Madhumita Suresh

In today’s episode, we chat with Madhumita Suresh, a second-year Master of Business and Science student at KGI. Through her time in Claremont, she has served as a graduate student consultant for a variety of top companies, including Amgen, Roche, and IndieBio. During this interview, she talked a bit about how she discovered KGI and […]

#45 – Travis Schlappi & Tochukwu Anyaduba

On this week’s episode of the KGI Podcast, we turn the mic over to a pair of talented researchers with Assistant Professor Travis Schlappi and PhD student Tochukwu Dubem Anyaduba. As they ask each other questions, this is a great opportunity to learn about their cutting-edge research and also hear Dubem describe his career aspirations.