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Research Seminar Speaker Series: Kim Le – “Implementation of the Beacon Nanofluidic Platform into a Manufacturing Cell Line Development Process”

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Please join us for our Research Seminar Speaker Series with Kim Le, Senior Scientist, Amgen, Inc. The manufacture of therapeutic biologics relies on understanding and harnessing mammalian cells to secrete desired proteins. Generating a highly productive cell line however typically involves long timelines and resource intensive. As a result, miniaturization and automation strategies are often […]

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Research Seminar Speaker Series: Dr. Jim Sterling – “Biological Macromolecules and the Art of Managing Salt and Water “

535 Bldg. - Room 109 535 Watson dr, Claremont, CA

Please join us for our Research Seminar Speaker Series with our own KGI Dr. Jim Sterling, Professor and PhD Program Director, Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences Life's building blocks are managed genetically by the coding of proteins that pack, unpack, and decorate the nucleic acids, other proteins, lipids, and glycans which interact […]

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PhD Literature Mastery Seminar – Terezie Cernosek, PhD Student – Analytical Platform Method Development for the Characterization of Monoclonal Antibody-based Therapeutics”

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Please join us for KGI PhD Student, Terezie Cernosek, Senior Associate Scientist, Analytical Development, Catalent Pharma Solutions Extensive analytical testing and characterization are critical throughout the lifecycle of a drug substance and drug product to evaluate and confirm appropriate quality. Multiple analytical methods to assess purity, potency, structure, size, and heterogeneity are required to demonstrate […]

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Research Seminar Speaker Series: Dr. Nazia Rashid – “Cost of Illness Analysis of Dementia Related Psychosis in the US from a Societal Perspective (Health Economics and Outcomes Research Study)”

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Please join us for our Research Seminar Speaker Series with our own KGI-SPHS Faculty, Dr. Nazia Rashid, PharmD, MS, Associate Professor of Administrative Sciences Dementia-related psychosis (DRP), characterized by hallucinations and delusions, may accelerate the cognitive/functional decline among patients with dementia. Such declines have debilitating consequences on patients, caregivers, and society. While previous research has […]

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KGI’s PhD Program: Faculty Describe Research Opportunities for New PhD Students

KGI Bldg. 535 535 Watson Dr., Claremont, CA

If you are a current KGI student considering applying to our PhD program, this information session is for you! You will have the opportunity to hear recruiting faculty members speak about their research projects. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the PhD program. If you plan on […]

Dissertation Literature Mastery Seminar – Tristan Yang, PhD Student – “Computational Reconstruction of a Signature of Pathogenic Fungi”

517 Building 165 Founder's Room

Please join us for our PhD Student Tristan Yang's dissertation literature mastery seminar on "Computational Reconstruction of a Signature of Pathogenic Fungi" Global warming, due to anthropogenic carbon dioxide, makes it urgent to find improved agricultural strategies to trap atmospheric carbon dioxide into recalcitrant carbon compounds in the soil. We are addressing this problem by […]

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