Translational Research Day

SCTR's Translational Research Day provides a forum for trainees, scholars and investigators to display translational-based research to the MUSC community via judged poster presentations.

2022 SCTR Translational Research Day

The 2022 Translational Research Day was held on March 25, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in a virtual setting. The event featured a keynote presentation and provided a forum for trainees, scholars, and investigators to display translational-based research via judged poster presentations. 

View the top two presentations awarded in each of the following categories: Students & Trainee, Staff & Translational Research Professionals, and Faculty. 

2022's featured speakers were Chip Norris, Ph.D., and Sunil Patel, M.D.

Learn more about the keynote presentation.


Sydney Bollinger


2021 SCTR Translational Research Day

SCTR held the 2021 Translational Research Day on March 19, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in a virtual setting.  

2021's featured speakers were Peter Kalivas, Ph.D., Distinguished University Professor, MUSC and Kevin Gray, M.D., Professor, MUSC. The title of their combined presentation was “From here to there and back again: The story of glutamate transporters in treating addiction”. Their research personifies the translation from a basic science discovery to clinical investigation to population health. Their combined experiences provide an exciting opportunity to see how outstanding discoveries are translated to improve human health. 

Event Agenda (PDF)