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Dr. Anand Mehta (left) and Shaaron Ochoa-Rios (right)

Cancer Biomarker

June 05, 2023

MUSC team finds a new, more specific biomarker for a liver cancer type. Currently, no specific diagnostic tools of this type exist for this disease.

Vascular surgeon Dr. Jean Marie Ruddy (front) and bioengineer Dr. Ying Mei (back) are collaborating on potentially heart-saving science.

Heart-Saving Science

June 05, 2023

With SCTR pilot funding, a bioengineer and vascular surgeon collaborate on potentially heart-saving science.

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Evidence for Remote Trials

June 01, 2023

Will remote trials overcome the barriers that make it difficult for underserved populations to participate in clinical trials? A Hollings researcher weighs in.

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Risk Biomarkers

May 22, 2023

A Hollings researcher wants to ID risk biomarkers to enable doctors to stop a serious side effect of stem cell transplant before it happens.

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Preventing Cancer's Return

May 16, 2023

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center doctor is leading a national trial to test whether drugs used after large B-cell lymphoma returns could instead prevent relapse.

Pyramidal neurons in the prefrontal cortex labeled with a retrograde virus tagged with mCherry.

Controlling Relapse

May 12, 2023

Return to use of opioids after stopping can heighten overdose risk. The McGinty Lab has found a way to reduce return to use in a preclinical model.

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Parkinson’s Advances

May 11, 2023

As Michael J. Fox shares life story in documentary, including Parkinson’s struggle, an MUSC expert explains the disease, its treatments and hopes for future.

Dr. Mark George demonstrates how the positioning arm of a transcranial magnetic stimulation machine can be placed on a person's head.

Personalizing TMS

May 10, 2023

MUSC study identifies a second target for treating depression with transcranial magnetic stimulation.

Woman in a print dress stands beside a baby's hospital bed. She is resting her hand on the edge of it.

Better for Babies

May 10, 2023

New treatment approach for babies born dependent on opioids gets them healthy and home faster.

Surgeon Alex Spiotta stands on stage giving a TEDx talk in front of a large projection screen with an image of an MRI of a human skull

STAR Symposium

May 09, 2023

On May 11, Dr. Alex Spiotta will be joined by some of the best and brightest minds in the world of stroke and aneurysm treatment for the first STAR Symposium.

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