Dr. Peggi Angel

Researcher Receives $3 Million Grant from NCI

Hollings researcher, Dr. Peggi Angel, received award to study collagen regulation in breast cancer health disparities

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Research at MUSC

The Medical University of South Carolina is dedicated to engaging community members in all aspects of the research process. Research and discovery programs at MUSC promote health, reduce the risk of illness and disease, and build community resilience. Our discoveries are transforming health care outcomes across South Carolina and beyond.

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TL1 trainee Xinh Xinh Nguyen (left) shadowed KL2 scholar Dr. DeAnna Baker Frost (right) during her Translational Sciences Clinic rotation. Dr.Carola Feghali-Bostwick (center), who is associate director of the TL1 program, mentors both Nguyen and Baker-Frost.

As part of a translational research training program, biomedical science students shadow clinicians to learn more about the patients whose diseases they study.