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Natural Product Fights Cancer

April 03, 2020

MUSC study shows that the natural product derived from IndoPacific marine sponges has anticancer properties

COVID-19 Testing

April 02, 2020

MUSC Health at the Medical University of South Carolina has become the first hospital/medical center in the state capable of doing its own COVID-19 testing.

Evan Graboyes, M.D., stands next to a desk

Medicaid Expansion

March 31, 2020

Study involving MUSC researcher finds that states participating in Medicaid expansion are seeing more timely diagnoses for head and neck cancers.

Dr. Patric Flume and Dr. Kathleen Brady will be the co-PIs of this renewal of the SCTR CTSA grant.

SCTR Renewal

March 30, 2020

With the funding, SCTR will further grow the state's translational research infrastructure and ensure that research findings benefit all its residents.

Bird above fence with insect

Art Walk

March 20, 2020

To encourage patients to move after surgery, an interdisciplinary team in the 10 East joint replacement unit just launched an art walk.

Dr. Eric Daniel Hamlett, lead author of the Glia article, in his laboratory at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Preventing memory loss

March 13, 2020

Researchers at MUSC have discovered the therapeutic potential of a class of lipids to prevent memory loss in a Down syndrome preclinical model.

Aerial view of medical testing facility

COVID-19 Drive-Thru

March 12, 2020

MUSC offers first-known combo of telehealth screening and drive-through specimen collection to address potential exposure to and spread of the coronavirus.

Savannah Fuller and Dr. Patrick Flume

New Vistas

March 09, 2020

It's an exciting time to work in cystic fibrosis, says MUSC Health Dr. Patrick Flume, thanks to new treatments that have extended patients' lifespan.

Dr. Alessandra Metelli, a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Carsten Krieg at the Medical University of South Carolina

Clotting and Cancer

March 04, 2020

The potential mechanism of how blood clotting contributes to cancer growth has been discovered.

Dr. Teresa Kelechi, associate dean for research in the MUSC College of Nursing

Sharing Results

March 02, 2020

Study participants want to know trial results, and researchers want to tell them but lack lay communication skills.

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