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Chronic Conditions Group

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Being a student, working, and enjoying life can be a challenge when struggling with chronic health conditions. This group will focus on sharing experiences and strategies for thriving while living with chronic conditions. First Wednesday of each month from 4-5 p.m. PST. Facilitated by Jane Rosenthal, Caitlin O'Donnell, and the KGI Cares team.

Riggs School Post-Commencement Reception

Oasis KGI Commons Courtyard 111 Bucknell Avenue, Claremont, CA

Congratulations Riggs Class of 2020 and 2021! This event is open to Riggs students, staff, faculty, and guests. Graduating students and their guests are invited to a one-hour reception happening immediately after the 10 a.m. PDT commencement. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be served. Please follow the map in the featured flyer to attend your […]

Free

Class of 2020 and 2021: Graduation Night

Welcoming all KGI students, alumni, staff, faculty, and guests! RSVP before May 14, end of day, if you plan on attending! Please join us in celebrating the end of the academic year with our graduating seniors (and alumni): Haven City Market, 8443 HAVEN AVE, RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA 91730, at 7 PM PDT.  Featuring: Reserved Large […]

Free

PhD Literature Mastery Seminar – Diandra Martinez Cano: “Productivity improvement of bispecific molecules using a high-throughput scale-down approach for cell culture and purification in Process Development”

Zoom (log-in information will be sent to those who register) CA

Please join us for PhD Student Diandra Martinez Cano's talk on: "Productivity improvement of bispecific molecules using a high-throughput scale-down approach for cell culture and purification in Process Development" The complex structure of bispecific molecules present challenges during the process development phase. These include overall low cell culture productivity and high impurity profile. A cell […]

Free

PhD Literature Mastery Seminar: PhD Student, Dhruv Patel – “The Role of GPCRs in Th17 Pathogenicity and Inflammatory Conditions”

Zoom (log-in information will be sent to those who register) CA

Please join us as PhD Student Dhruv Patel presents "The Role of GPCRs in Th17 Pathogenicity and Inflammatory Conditions." An autoimmune disease is a rare condition in which the immune system mistakenly attacks your own body. Autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis are caused by specific immune cells such as T-helper 17 (Th17) cells. Th17 […]

Free

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