Joon Kim

Joon Kim Shares PPC and PPA Highlights on The PA Platform Podcast

KGI’s Joon Kim, who is the director of the Postbac Premedical Certificate and Postbac Pre-PA Certificate programs, was interviewed on the The PA Platform podcast in mid-May. He talked about KGI, the two programs he directs, and his commitment to helping students achieve their career goals in a wide range of pathways. You can listen […]

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Armen Podcast

Assistant Dean Armen Simonian Featured on Pharmacy, IT, & Me Podcast

On the Pharmacy, IT, & Me podcast, KGI School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Associate Dean Armen Simonian discusses his vast experience in pharmacy informatics and technology systems, and how that translates over to what he currently teaches PharmD students at KGI. To listen to the Pharmacy, IT, & Me interview with Simonian, click here. […]

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Sara Low

KGI Assistant Professor has Surprising Ninja Skills

This article was written by Liset Marquez and appeared in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on March 6, 2019.  It was an 18-month goal that is finally coming to fruition for Sara Low. On Wednesday, Low, an assistant professor for Keck Graduate Institute’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, will be among 100 contestants at Universal Studios […]

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Science formula

Jim Sterling’s Research Featured in Top 10 Cystic Fibrosis Stories of 2018

Cystic Fibrosis News Today presented their top 10 most read stories of 2018 in an article released on January 2. Ranking at No. 5 was a study conducted by KGI Professor James Sterling titled “Ion-Sugar Interaction in Airway Mucus Has Implications for CF.” The study reported a discovery that may help design more effective and targeted […]

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Talia Puzantian

Top Media Outlets Feature KGI Study That Examines the Furnishing of Naloxone

A recent public health advisory from the U.S. Surgeon General called for increased awareness and use of naloxone, an opioid overdose reversal drug. Most states, including California, have legislation or protocols in place allowing trained pharmacists to provide naloxone to individuals without a prescription. A new study by faculty at the Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) School […]

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