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Dr. Lauren Ball (left) and Dr. Eric Meissner (right) in the proteomics facility.

Healing Scarred Liver

October 26, 2021

A decrease in the activity of proteins involved in liver scarring after hepatitis C treatment could suggest a path toward healing of cirrhotic liver tissue.

Doctor using what appears to be a touch screen in the air to illustrate artificial

Clemson-MUSC AI Hub

October 15, 2021

A new partnership between Clemson and MUSC has its sights set on using artificial intelligence to improve health care.

Dr. Andrew Atz takes Pierce Cook’s temperature as his twin brother, Lucca, looks on.

Funding Record

October 08, 2021

The Medical University of South Carolina sets extramural funding record with help of COVID-related money.

Drs. Turner and Findlay with their dogs

Pet Food Study

October 08, 2021

Drs. David Turner and Victoria Findlay secured a $228K grant to find if advanced glycation end products in pet food cause cancer.

From Left to Right: Assistant Director of Science Communications Dr. Matthew Greseth, CGS Dean Dr. Paula Traktman, and SC-SWIFT interns Julia Lefler and Catherine Mills.

Communicating Science

September 30, 2021

Science communications internship in the College of Graduate Studies helps scientists in training to share research with the general public.

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Publications Awardees

September 27, 2021

Hollings researchers Dr. Wenjian Gan and Dr. Tracy Smith are the first winners of Hollings' High Impact Publications Award.

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SPORE Grant

September 22, 2021

Hollings is part of a prestigious national grant that will address lung cancer disparities using a collaborative approach.

Dr. Anand Mehta in his laboratory.

Sugar Structures

September 21, 2021

Hollings researchers use imaging technology to identify liver cancer subtypes based on the sugar structures on tumors.

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Troubling Questions

September 20, 2021

Hollings researchers are studying the rise of colorectal cancer in young people and why minorities are more vulnerable.

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COVID Drug Trial

September 17, 2021

A clinical trial is enrolling people with mild COVID-19 to see if any of three existing drugs work against the disease.

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