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CTTP Updates

June 18, 2024

Beginning July 1, 2024, SCTR welcomes the fourth cohort of Clinical Trialist Training Program awardees.

Translational Science Spotlight featuring Dr. Kimberly McGhee, a skilled communicator.

Skilled Communicator

June 13, 2024

Learn about the impact a skilled communicator can have on tailoring a message to diverse audiences and advancing translational science. logo over an aerial view of research participants

May 15, 2024

Don't miss out on potential research participants. Boost study recruitment with

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Disability Inclusion

April 09, 2024

On Wednesday, April 24 from 12 to 1:30 pm, SCTR will host a virtual event focused on disability inclusion in research.

SCTR TL1 Program

Beyond the Lab

April 08, 2024

The TL1 team sat down with Michael Martino to discuss his translational ambitions, and hear his perspective on recently reported research findings.

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SCTR Pilot Awards

March 06, 2024

SCTR Institute’s Pilot Grants program supports innovative research spanning the translational spectrum – from basic science to population health.

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Rare Disease Q&A Part 3

February 26, 2024

Learn from a MUSC clinical geneticist and speaker at the Rare Disease Symposium about the importance of newborn screening and what mothers can expect.

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Rare Disease Q&A Part 2

February 19, 2024

Hear from a speaker for the upcoming Rare Disease Symposium about genetic screening and the implications of inherited disease.

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Rare Disease Q&A Part 1

February 13, 2024

Hear from the chair of South Carolina’s Rare Disease Advisory Council about why your perspectives on living with a rare disease are so important to share.

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SCTR Scientific Retreat

January 08, 2024

Bringing the MUSC and statewide community together to exchange knowledge, build collaborations, and accelerate discoveries.

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