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COVID-19 Clinical Trials

CDC illustration of coronavirus

MUSC researchers are involved in clinical trials studying the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 treatments and preventative strategies.

Translational Sciences Clinic

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 SCTR's TL1 training program, biomedical science students shadow clinicians to learn more about the patients whose diseases they research.

Rapid Response

Photograph of someone engaging with MUSC Health Virtual Care

With SCTR's support, MUSC Health rapidly adapted telehealth technologies to meet the needs of patients during the pandemic.

Remote Trials

Jennifer Dahne holds smartphone-enabled devices used in remote clinical trials

SCTR remote trials co-directors Dr. Dahne (left) and Dr. Carpenter review technology enabling patients across the state to enroll in smoking cessation trials.

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Upcoming Events

SCTR Lunch & Learns

View event details for monthly offerings on the SCTR Lunch & Learn web page.

Virtual Mentorship Training Symposium

Mentoring in the Age of Digital Technology

Friday, November 20, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. | Symposium web page.