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Genetics End-of-Year Celebration

TBD , United States

*For MSGC & MSGDA students and faculty only* Come celebrate the end of a successful school year with us! This is an opportunity for all genetics students and faculty to gather and socialize before finals and graduation.  This event will be held (TBD) on Friday, April 28th, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Dinner will be provided.  We […]

Virtual Drop-in Hours

Please join our virtual drop-in hours before the May 5 priority deadline! You will have one on one access to our admissions team to ask any questions or concerns that you might have about the deadline. Additionally, our team is available to discuss our Riggs programs in more detail, as well as the admission process. Morning […]

Tuesday’s With Career Services Panel: From Classroom to Internship

  Congratulations on a successful academic year.  As you get ready to begin your internship, you might be asking yourself, “Am I ready for the ‘real world?’” – You definitely are!  Join us as we talk to second-year students about their transitions from the classroom to an internship. Please RSVP on Handshake.

City of Hope and Certificate in Bioscience Management (CBM) Webinar

Please join Dr. Joel West, Program Director of KGI's Master of Business and Science (MBS) program, for a discussion about the City of Hope and the Certificate in Bioscience Management (CBM) program. Registration link: Zoom:

KGI IPhO 1st Annual Awesome Race: Beaker in Borderland

KGI 121 Building - Room 1110 , United States

You and your friends are invited to test your wits, Let's see which group can win with blitz. For those assemblages with scholars of wises, Buckle up; you're in for some prizes. Riddle me this, who is the fairest of them all? Besides this puzzle, be sure to use thy eyeball. These may be the […]

$10.00 – $80.00

PhD Dissertation Graduate Student Literature Seminar – Ijeoma J. Nnadozie, PhD Student– “Identification and Comparison of Structural Variants found Colorectal Cancer Patients from Diverse Populations”

KGI 535 Building - Room 152 535 Watson Drive, Claremont, CA, United States

Please join us for Ijeoma J. Nnadozie's PhD Dissertation Graduate Student Literature Seminar Presentation on: One of the primary mechanisms of genetic mutation in cancer is structural variation, which involves the deletion, insertion, or reordering of genomic segments ranging from a few kilobases to entire chromosomes. While the role of structural variants in cancer development […]


Pani Puri Night

KGI 121 Building - Gayle Riggs Student Center 121 Bucknell Ave, Claremont, CA, United States

Please join us for the South Asian Association's final event of the year: Pani Puri & Movie Night! What is Pani Puri? Pani Literally translates to water and here the Puris are fried puffed crisp dough balls which are hollow. Generally, the water or pani is sour, tangy as well as spicy. This spicy pani […]


Coffee With the Dean

Grab a coffee with us! Join Sofia Toro, KGI Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, for informal conversation and coffee. She is happy to answer any questions, from the admissions process to resume writing and everything in between. If this day or time doesn't work for you, check out the other locations she will be […]

Industry Speaker Series: Andrei Tadique, Director of Manufacturing Science at Takeda Pharmaceuticals

KGI 517 Building - Room 165 (Founder's Room)

Please join us as we welcome Andrei as our next Industry Speaker. You can register here.  Title of talk: The Future of Life Science Manufacturing: Staying Ahead of the Curve in a Rapidly Changing Environment Andrei Tadique is the Director of Manufacturing Science at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, where he leads teams responsible for the commercialization of […]

PhD Dissertation Defense – Christine Urrea, PhD Student– “Continuous Bioprocessing: Technology for Next-Generation Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing”

KGI 535 Building - Room 35 535 Watson Ave, Claremont, CA, United States

Please join us for Christine Urrea's PhD Dissertation Defense on: Current industrial practices for producing biopharmaceuticals include fed-batch production with batch isolation and purification. Nonproductive hold-up steps and manual offline measurements are common in batch processing which increases processing time and contributes to a high cost of production. Current market trends and cost pressures in […]


PhD Dissertation Graduate Student Literature Seminar – Terezie Cernosek, PhD Student– “Poly(A) Tails in mRNA Vaccines: Challenges and Analytical Methods”

KGI 121 Building - Room 1113 121 Bucknell Ave, Claremont, United States

Please join us for Terezie Cernosek's PhD Dissertation Graduate Student Literature Seminar Presentation on: Messenger RNA (mRNA) technology has gained significant traction in the biopharmaceutical space over the last decade for applications that include vaccination approaches for infectious diseases, gene editing, and protein replacement therapies. The unique structure of mRNA molecules includes a 5' cap, […]