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Inclusion to Innovation

November 16, 2020

Speakers at MUSC’s fourth annual Inclusion to Innovation Summit offered motivation and hope.

Dr. Carol Feghali Bostwick, professor in the Department of Medicine, and graduate student Xinh Xinh Nguyen.

LOX’s Role in Scleroderma

November 16, 2020

MUSC researchers show that lysyl oxidase plays several important roles in promoting fibrosis in scleroderma and could be a biomarker of treatment response.

Sarah Huffman demonstrates how a device used in a NeuroCOVID study will work

COVID Brain Study

November 16, 2020

MUSC study uses noninvasive technique to stimulate vagus nerve and reduce inflammation in people with neuropsychiatric symptoms post-COVID.

graphic that says Giving Tuesday with photo of a doctor leaning over a little boy in bed to listen to his heart

Giving Tuesday

November 13, 2020

People can show their support for MUSC's mission in three ways this Giving Tuesday: by donating, as an ambassador or by hosting a fundraiser.

Sickle cell patient undergoing transcranial Doppler ultrasonography

Remote Training

November 12, 2020

With Zeriscope’s Teletrainer, remote experts can train doctors anywhere to detect stroke risk in kids with sickle cell disease.

Illustration showing the relationship between preeclampsia and an axis of genes that includes Nkx-2.5, also known as the tinman gene.

Maternal Health

November 09, 2020

Preeclampsia-related gene expression in the placenta may correlate with vitamin D status during pregnancy.

Camera used for Telehealth.

Telehealth Collaboration

November 09, 2020

To create a one-stop telehealth solution, Ignis Health, with its own telehealth analytics platform, licensed a roadmap for telehealth implementation from MUSC.

Dr. Patrick Flume of the Medical University of South Carolina in discussion with a colleague.

Giving Back to Defeat COVID-19

November 05, 2020

Amy and Lucy Krasker donated to the COVID-19 biorepository because they knew their donations could provide exponential returns for research into the disease.

Dr. Xue-Zhong Yu works in his lab

T-Cell Pathway

November 04, 2020

Hollings researchers discover a way to reduce graft-versus-host disease while maintaining T-cells' ability to kill leukemia cells.

Mailbox in front of brick house

COVID in Charleston

November 02, 2020

MUSC is working with Charleston to measure COVID’s spread and gauge attitudes about prevention efforts and vaccines.

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