#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, […]

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#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 […]

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#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 […]

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#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.

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#44 – Emily Quinn

In today’s episode, we are joined by Emily Quinn, who is a licensed board-certified genetic counselor. She joined the KGI faculty earlier this year to help build the Master of Science in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling program. Prior to coming to KGI, Emily served as a clinical genetic counselor at the St. Jude Children’s […]

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#43 – Brian Cohn

In today’s episode, we chat with Brian Cohn, chief data scientist at Kaspect and a Graduate Research Fellow for the National Science Foundation, where he is funded to research mathematical theory and clinical practice for measuring and detecting high-dimensional neuromuscular control. Brian is also a consultant to automotive, biomedical, pharmaceutical, and legal corporations who seek […]

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#42 – Syneos Health

In today’s episode of the KGI podcast, we’re joined by two employees of Syneos Health, fresh off an Industry Talk about business and consulting with KGI students.

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#41 – Jennifer Nguyen

In today’s episode, we caught up with KGI PharmD student Jennifer Nguyen. Earlier in October, Jennifer receive the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP) Student Leadership Award at the society’s annual conference in San Diego. Through this interview, Jennifer talks about the clubs and organizations she’s involved with at KGI and also discusses the career […]

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#40 – Jacob Comeaux

In this episode, we are joined by Jacob Comeaux, a first-year student in the Master of Science in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling program. A graduate of UC Santa Cruz, Jacob enters KGI with a wide range of experience, including internships at Amgen and a shadowing experience with Cedar Sinai.

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#39 – Dan Kudo

In today’s episode, we caught up with KGI School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Adjunct Associate Professor Dan Kudo. This week, Kudo will receive the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP) Distinguished Service Award at the society’s annual conference in San Diego. Through this interview, Kudo talks about his career journey and the enjoyment he […]

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