access intranet after hours circle-arrow apply blog caret circle arrow close closer look community outreach community outreach contact contact us down arrow facebook lock solid find a provider find a clinical trial find a provider find a researcher find faculty find-a-service how to apply join leadership left arrow locations logo make a gift map location maximize minimize my chart my chart notification hp notification lp next chevron right nxt prev pay your bill play previous quality and safety refer a patient request a speaker request appointment request an appointment residents corner rss search search jobs Asset 65 submit a story idea symptom checker Arrow Circle Up twitter youtube Dino Logo External Link University Logo Color University Logo Solid Health Logo Solid Arrow Right Circle Book Calendar Date Calendar Search Date Diploma Certificate Dollar Circle Donate Envelope Graduation Cap Map Pin Map Search Phone Pills Podcast

Funding Series

Upcoming

5 year timeline for upcoming visiting speakers from federal agencies

 

Past

Pursuing Funding from DOD Military Operational Medicine Research Program (MOMRP)

CDR Christopher Steele, Ph.D., director, and Ronda Renosky, Ph.D., acting portfolio manager, psychiatry and clinical psychology disorders, visited MUSC to review the Department of Defense Military Operational Medicine Research Program (MOMRP). MOMRP provides biomedical “skin-in” solutions that protect soldiers and enhance their performance in the face of myriad stressors in operational and training environments. Please email Wanda Pierce, piercewh@musc.edu, for a copy of the workshop materials.

 

NASA, International Space Station & Center for the Advancement of Science in Space

On August 2017, NASA and the Center for Advancement of Science in Space encouraged MUSC researchers to think outside of the box to find new ways to target Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Lou Gehrig’s diseases; discover biomarkers; work on ending the organ shortage through such methods as 3-D bioprinting; produce vaccines; make medical device implants; and produce monoclonal antibodies to fight cancer. And consider conducting this type research on the International Space Station. Submit a concept for the ISS National Lab to review.

 

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)

Program Officers, Dr. David Hickam, director of the Clinical Effectiveness and Decision Science program and Dr. Chinenye Anyanwu, engagement officer, visited MUSC to discuss PCORI's current priorities, mission, structure, and engagement requirements. Please email Wanda Pierce, piercewh@musc.edu, for a copy of the workshop materials.