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.
Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) was founded in 1997 as the first higher education institution in the United States dedicated exclusively to education and research related to the applied life sciences. KGI offers innovative postgraduate degrees and certificates that integrate life and health sciences, business, pharmacy, and genetics, with a focus on industry projects, hands-on industry experiences, and team collaborations.
A member of The Claremont Colleges, KGI employs an entrepreneurial approach and industry connections that provide pathways for students to become leaders within healthcare and the applied life sciences. KGI consists of three schools: Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences, School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and the Minerva Schools at KGI. More information about KGI is available at kgi.edu.