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Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 04/12/2024

Our students gained first-hand exposure to the cutting edge of assistive technology and even tried their hand at when visiting Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center! KGI's students enjoy many immersive experiences just like this as they learn how to serve individuals, communities, and populations in dynamic ways.

As cool as this technology is, though, the most powerful tool we can use in occupational therapy is ourselves! When it comes to being a healthcare provider, what is your unique superpower?

👉 https://kgi.link/4aLpWah

Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 04/11/2024

Alumni, corporate partners, and friends are invited to mix and mingle as KGI travels to South San Francisco, Orange County, Boston, and San Diego for the BIO International Conference Reception to meet up with President Schuster in his last few months before retiring from KGI.

Drinks and appetizers hosted by KGI. Click here to RSVP for one or all events: https://linktr.ee/KGIalumni

04/08/2024

KGI Alumni found each other at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2024 conference! Great to see the different ways alumni are making an impact.
Else Rivero, MBS '19, Stephanie Weber, MSGDA '23, and Sara Herrmann, MBS '15.

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Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 03/14/2024

For Throwback Thursday, we'd like to thank all of the alumni who came to KGI's Career Fair on Friday, February 23rd to pay it forward and recruit students to their organizations.

Thank you to Claudia Lee, PPM '11, at her new to-be-named organization, Elsy Rivera Canto, MBS '19, at Analytic Jena Jessica Farmer, MSGDA '22, at Genomenon, Alex Martinez, PPC '16, MBS '17, at City of Hope, Anthony Costy, PharmD '18 at CVS, Melanne Solis, PharmD '23 at Walgreens and Desiree Van Haute, CBM '15 at Terray Thereapuetics (not pictured). 👏

Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 02/29/2024
Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 02/29/2024

What a busy day filled with alumni visits. It was great having them come back to campus.
During the first part of the day Marcus Mcclure, PharmD '19, visited campus to observe the P2 class and said hello to Dr. Daniel Kudo and Dr. Armen Simonian.

Adam Stillman, PPC 12, came to campus to speak to Joon Kim's class along with Jonathan Felix, PPC 21, MS 22, PhD Candidate and a few other alumni that joined in virtually.

If you want to come to campus, email [email protected] to set up a visit!

Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 02/26/2024

Thank you to alumna, Claudia Lee, PPM '11, for her visit to campus last Friday. She had meetings with MEng Program Director Saurav Datta, President Schuster, and Steve Casper. Claudia also met up with her first boss who introduced her to KGI and current CRB member Sean Gallagher. She also met some of KGI's first year MEng students.

She believes that "KGI is truly the place to be for biotech!"

02/11/2024

Half of the Alumni Advisory Council got together today over Dim Sum. This was a great opportunity to get together socially and get to know each other better.

02/02/2024

Meet Jonathan Felix, PPC '21, MS '22, and current PhD Candidate shares a fun fact about the body's creation of antibodies.

01/25/2024

You are invited to a virtual networking event tailored for any individual who has completed a PhD or who have or are currently engaged in research. It is open to anyone that meets this criteria. This is a unique opportunity for you to connect with current students, share your experiences, and contribute to the growth of our academic community. Whether you are in academia or industry, your insights are invaluable to those navigating the world of research.

Click here to RSVP: https://www.kgi.edu/event/phd-alumni-research-alumni-virtual-reception/

We will be using a new platform called Toucan Events designed for connecting.

**Agenda:**
1. Welcome and Introduction
2. Virtual Networking/Reception

Your presence will not only enhance the event but also contribute to the establishment of a strong and supportive network within our community. We believe that your journey and expertise can inspire and guide the next generation of researchers.

01/24/2024

Alumnae Innara Basria, MEng '24, and Mimi Nguyen, MBS '12, met over coffee today. It was a great conversation with lots of insights for Innara who started at the FDA as a fellow a few months ago after graduating from KGI.
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01/05/2024

Meet Uchechukwu Anyaduba, MBS '20, alumna and current PhD Candidate talk about her research that focuses on esophageal cancer, the 8th most common cancer and by operationalizing surrogate endpoints she'll be helping to improve patient outcomes.

12/15/2023

Thank you to all of our artists for contributing a piece to KGI's Call for Artwork, Science, Art, and You. We had a total of 24 pieces of art submitted from 17 individuals. The pieces ranged from videography, paintings, posters, and poetry.

And thank you to all of our voters. For one category we had over 600 people vote. We could not have done it without all of you!

12/12/2023

This is the last piece we will be showcasing but not the least. KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Check out all our pieces and vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Mark and Bella Perez
Community Member
Acrylic on canvas

Untitled

During a day home from school, following a car accident with Bella, her mom, her baby sister and her best friend, creativity called.
This piece was inspired by Frida Kahlo’s works where Kahlo routinely painted herself highlighting her pain. The red signifies Bella’s physical pain.
We really have no control over the most serious and precious things in our lives, and how many profound reminders we get. There are few things we can control, though. As a parent I can control the type of parent I am. I’ve made a concerted effort to teach my daughter how to be creative, express herself in healthy ways, and deal with the things she feels and experiences.

Grateful for that today.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/11/2023

Have you voted yet? KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Anna Emerald
Community Member
Mixed media collage. Fabric, thread, fusing material, glue, old jewelry, beads, charms, and acrylic paint

Title: "He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. Mathew 11:15"

This piece focuses on the sense of sound and all of the things that are going on around us but do not notice. The fabric soundwaves carry to our ears the evidence of action, but there is plenty that we still miss. We know a tree grows but can we hear it grow? New seedlings break through the soil every day, which must produce sound, but our ears cannot hear the ground move.

As sound is generated, molecules crash and collide which is represented by circles on the soundwaves. Each soundwave represents one the four elements, earth, water, air, and fire, respectively – all that is around us. The last wave represents the majesty and sovereignty of the spirit. It is where we have the innermost conversations with the Almighty, which no one else can hear, but are we listening?

As sounds get closer to our ears, the waves start to diminish in size, making the hearing of things like secrets something that we must lean into to listen. It requires an action from us to hear rather than passively waiting for sounds to come to us. This begs us to ask, what are WE listening to today? How are we HEARING things? What are we FAILING to hear?

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/10/2023

Just a few more days to vote for the submissions for KGI's Call for Artwork! All submissions are up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13th. 21st. Winners will be announced December 15th. Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Dyanna Nieves
Community Member
Acrylic on canvas

Title: "Slide into their DMs (Doctorate and Masters)"

Acrylic paint on canvas, created without paint brushes as a challenge to make a beautiful piece with unconventional tools. Primary painting instruments were cotton swabs and forks.

All the colors and textures represent each of us as a part of fabric of the community, with the slide in the petri dish as the focal point, showing all the pieces of the community that surround it support the KGI mission to enrich society with education and research in healthcare and the life sciences.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/08/2023

Did you know that 3 Students, 8 alumni, and 5 community members participated in KGI's Call for Artwork? All submissions are on our site and ready for your vote! The full collection of Zarian's pieces are on our website. Vote now at https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Zarian Williamson
PPA '22, MS '23, MSPA '25
Photography

Title: Zarian's Ecosystem

This collection of pieces shows some 'street photography' style photos I have taken over the years. Some were taken in my hometown of Sacramento where I first fell in love with science. Some were taken during my travels to different cities in California. The theme of this collection is geometric lines, patterns, and shapes. These intricate patterns show the organic and inorganic structures in my ecosystem. Another theme is invisibility. We often go through life without noticing the uniqueness of the structure around us. For this reason, I chose black and white for some of the photos in the collection. This theme also relates to the photo of the unhoused man sitting down. Disadvantaged people are often invisible in our society. We can walk by them every day without giving it a second thought, accepting things how they are. One of the reasons I chose the field of science and healthcare as my career path was to serve and change the lives of those who are disadvantaged.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/07/2023

Ravneesh Sachdev, MBS, 06, has been an active alum since he graduated. He served on the first alumni board from 2009-2012, KGI’s Advisory Council, and serves as an active member of the Corporate Relations Board serving on the Mentorship and Engagement committee since 2020. Ravneesh supports students through resume reviews, mentorship, advising KGI’s Corporate Partnerships team, and giving philanthropically. Recently, Ravneesh pledged a gift of $5,000 for scholarships and earlier in 2023, gave a gift of $500 for Rare Disease Day.

When asked why he gives back, he said “I give back to KGI because the institution was instrumental in my career pivot toward the life sciences industry and also to enhance brand awareness through consistent alumni engagement.”

Ravneesh-thank you for your continued support of KGI!

12/07/2023

"Science and art sometimes can touch one another, like two pieces of the jigsaw puzzle which is our human life, and that contact may be made across the boderline between the two respective domains." - M. C. Escher

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15h! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/

Chloe Chatwin
MSGC '24
Digital art using Procreate

Title: "The Infinite Family Tree"

One of my classmates inspired me to create this pattern by asking me if I could make her something sophisticated but still genetics-related that she could use to customize her laptop. I ended up putting way more work into this than I originally anticipated, and I love the outcome.

This is a diagram of a several interconnected pedigrees in which there are 4 different inherited conditions (each notated by a unique color). Each condition follows a different inheritance pattern, which those who are familiar with pedigree notation and genetic inheritance could be able to determine by examining the piece. As you can see, the pattern repeats itself several times in this snippet, and it is easily multiplied and continued if one knows the trick. This is a visual representation of how families are interconnected and how genetic conditions affect more of us than we could ever tell by looking around. Families extend outward in all directions, and understanding how they work is both important and inspiring.

Find more on redbubble.com. Artist name genes-n-tees

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/07/2023

"Science and art have that in common that everyday things seem to them new and attractive." - Friedrich Nietzsche

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Chloe Chatwin
MSGC '24
Digital art using Procreate

Title: "Gone FISHing"

This piece was inspired by discussions held in several of my classes about doing diagnostic testing for various genetic conditions. I always liked the concept of FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization), as it is very different from other genetic tests commonly used today. We were asked to create a slide deck of visual aids that we could use to explain genetics concepts to patients in clinical settings, and FISH was one of the topics we were asked to cover. However, as I searched the internet to find an accurate but simple diagram explaining FISH and how it works, I kept drawing up blank. I eventually chose to create my own, which is what you see here. Although this may not be the most scientific or perfectly accurate diagram of FISH, it provides a simpler, more accessible way to explain how this test works.

Find more on redbubble.com. Artist name genes-n-tees

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/06/2023

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! Hurry! The deadline to vote for your favorite piece of artwork is December 13th. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now at https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/

Soma Mohammadian
MBS '19
Acrylic on canvas

Title: Genetic Odyssey

This piece is a visual exploration of the intricate interplay between science and art. Inspired by the theme 'Science, Art, and You,' I sought to depict the profound significance of life sciences at KGI School. At its core, the piece features a meticulously crafted 3D texture of DNA, symbolizing the essence of genetic information and its pivotal role. To create a captivating backdrop representing the diverse world of cells, I employed the fluid art technique, infusing the canvas with a dynamic sea of colors (Acrylic Color) and patterns. Within this vibrant expanse, a central cluster of bubbles emerges, evoking a sense of life and nourishment within the cellular matrix. This juxtaposition of the fundamental elements of life celebrates the beauty and complexity of the biological realm. Through 'Genetic Odyssey,' I aim to spark a dialogue about the profound connections between art and science, inviting viewers to ponder the mysteries of existence.

I am thrilled to have my work featured in the exhibit and am eager to share more of my creative journey on Instagram

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/05/2023

"The commonality between science and art is in trying to see profoundly - to develop strategies of seeing and showing." - Edward Tufte

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Bijou Kim
PharmD '22
Watercolor on paper

Title: "Reflection"

On the theme of "Science, Art, and You", I based it on the concept of left and right brains. We would like to think that the left brain is strictly logical and the right brain is strictly creative. This is my way of challenging that idea. The "left" and "right" sides of the picture frame have a variety of colors which is what I believe the reflection of our minds are like. Colors mix and blend together and the way it mixes and blends together is what makes each of us, our reflections, our personalities, different and unique.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/05/2023

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! This is the first poem we received for our call for artwork. The text is included below.

The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/

Title: "Beyond the Hive"
Fluorscent lights hover over potential discoveries
In a bright, crisp white lab
Hypotheses are proved and others disproved
Burning the midnight oil to present it neatly
To a group of minds who’ve discovered much before.

Markers move frantically across the whiteboard
Ideas are exchanged
Concepts are processed
A race against time towards mastery
Of all information uncovered from decades of experiments

Across big mahogany tables
Seemingly minuscule decisions change the lives of many
Decisions that trickle down to people waiting across the counter
For therapies that keep them and others alive
Extending life expectancies which in turn
Ultimately provides just a little bit more time

Each human with a heartbeat
Work relentlessly
Separately but together
To create, to innovate
Something that activates positive change

What starts as one simple idea
May manifest as one small step
But the next few steps
Have potential to become
Someone else’s foundation
To create something novel

Ultimately, we must strive to go venture beyond
Go outside the honeycomb to visit others
To fortify the foundations of fellow neighbors
To maintain a healthy, bustling hive
Not just to survive but thrive
In a life that goes beyond the hive

From Bijou - I wrote it in the context of each student, faculty, and staff, that every bit of their contributions matter not just in the academic setting, but also beyond that. We sometimes get so wrapped up in the small, little world of our academic bubble that we forget that there is actually a world out there. It is a world that is constantly affected by decisions of people higher up the ladder that we forget that the progress we make as individuals matters too if we just work together. We shouldn't just restrict ourselves to this small academic world and understand that there is so much we could do beyond KGI and beyond the world of academia.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/04/2023

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Madhumita Suresh, Varsh*tha Venkatramani, & Harish Venkatakrishnan
MBS’19, and Community Members
Photoshop in EPS format

Title: "The Hexagon Miracle"

KGI to me will always be more than just another graduate school owing to the creativity, joy, diversity it tends to bring out not only across students and faculty but also among the courses and events that are held and celebrated as a community which constantly make you feel part of a family. To me, KGI always felt like home away from home, where I grew both professionally and personally as an individual. The best part that makes the masters journey unique is that much like the hexagon which is the strongest shape in nature - owing to its stability - the honeycomb structure has multiple uses across several industries, likewise the skill set you learn at KGI prepares you for any job out there within the scientific world and gives you just the right amount confidence to solve a real-world industry problem.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

Photos from KGI Alumni and Students's post 12/04/2023

"Only art and science make us suspect the existence of life to a higher level, and maybe also instill hope thereof." - Ludwig van Beethoven

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Madhumita Suresh, Varsh*tha Venkatramani, & Harish Venkatakrishnan, Sushmitha Sudarshan
MBS’19, and Community Members
Photoshop in EPS format

Title: "KGI, Science, Art & Myself 1&2"

A plethora of ideas tend to stimulate your brain cells while at KGI much like the solutions that you observe in beakers which have molecules moving at a very random pace, sometimes the solution is hot, sometimes cold - sometimes it is exactly where you'd like it to be with the right color and level, sometimes it is completely off. I went through multitude of moments at KGI in a similar fashion giving me the chance to experience different emotions, but the best part is that at the end of the day you get to experiment and try out and what matters is that you tried - success or failure is not what defines you as a person, it is the fact that you gave it your 100%, and to be honest that is the best lesson that life teaches you and you evolve as a person.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/03/2023

"Art and science have so much in common - the process of trial and error, finding something new and innovative, and to experiment and succeed in a breakthrough." - Peter M. Brant

KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Emiko Ito
MSMDE '24
Digital art using Procreate

Title: "When I Grow Up..."

I grew up in a household that nurtured and supported me through my many childhood interest phases. From wanting to become an astronaut to a marine biologist/dolphin trainer, I was taught to pursue my dreams through working hard, studying, and planning for my end goal. While my personal pursuits gear towards a PhD and a future career in surgical robotics, I wanted to tap into that childhood passion towards a dream that many of us at KGI are working towards. Helping others within the medical field.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/02/2023

Art and science is a part of all of us. Our community submitted pieces that reflect that fact. KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now at https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Heather Anne Robles
PharmD '24
Acrylic on canvas

Title: "In Progress"

Description: This piece depicts a version of myself in a white coat leaning on a past version of myself as a student holding a stack of books. The books represent my journey through science. I selected some of the topics students struggle with the most, including myself: organic chemistry from undergraduate/prerequisite studies, pharmacokinetics (Principles of Drug Action), infectious diseases, and neurology/psychiatry. It takes a lot for me to understand concepts and I am proud to look back at how far I've come and look forward to the opportunities to apply my knowledge. While it is easy to get caught up in the chaos of anticipating and looking forward to the next task or goal you need to accomplish, the quote is a reminder that it is worthwhile to acknowledge your journey thus far and be proud of getting to where you are now.

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You".

12/02/2023

Winter Gala 2023.

Shout-out to Student Government and their Social Chair
And committee for putting on an amazing event.

12/01/2023

17 artists submitted a total of 24 pieces of art including videography, paintings, and poetry. KGI's Artwork Submissions are now up on our site and ready for your vote! The deadline to vote is December 13. Winners will be announced December 15th! Vote now at https://www.kgi.edu/artwork-voting-23/!

Alec Botros
PPC 19, MS '20
Photography

Title: "Yosemite"

This is a picture I took on my most recent trip to Yosemite. It was a lovely morning and the lighting was perfect with a touch of fog giving the photo some character.

Find Alec's photography on Instagram

Vote for your favorite piece of art in one of our four categories: Best printed material, Best non-printed material. Best Collaboration and Artwork that best communicates the overarching theme: "Science, Art, and You"

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