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Dr. Nancy Klauber-DeMore stands next to a microscope in her lab

Osteosarcoma Breakthrough

June 21, 2021

Personal loss inspired a Hollings researcher to apply breast cancer findings toward a potential new osteosarcoma treatment.

Angela C. LaRosa, M.D. plays with Freddie Taylor, a young patient with ADHD, at a recent doctor's visit.

ADHD Treatments for Young Kids

June 18, 2021

Largest study to date analyzes medical treatments for preschool-age children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Dr. Stephen Duncan of the Medical University of South Carolina

Determining Cell Destiny

June 11, 2021

MUSC research could help scientists to understand why some liver cells do not develop correctly in children with inherited liver diseases.

rendering of CAR-T-cells attacking and killing a cancer cell

CAR-T-Cell Therapy

June 11, 2021

A multidisciplinary Hollings team is collaborating on a project to make CAR-T-cell therapy safer and more effective.

Memory loss and brain aging due to dementia and Alzheimer's disease as a medical icon of a group of color changing autumn fall trees shaped as a human head losing leaves as intelligence function on a white background.

Advancing Dementia Research

June 10, 2021

Cis P-tau is an early driver of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias; silencing this protein ameliorates dementia symptoms in preclinical models.

Dr. Susan Dorman of MUSC in her laboratory.

Shortening TB Treatment

June 04, 2021

Researchers at MUSC and elsewhere find a new antibiotic regimen that shortens the treatment course for patients with TB.

Dr. Besim Ogretmen stands in his lab

Aging & Cancer

June 02, 2021

Dr. Besim Ogretmen and his research team found a new link between aging, metabolism and anti-cancer T-cell function.

Dr. Jen Wang stands in front of shelves of equipment in her lab

Melanoma Grant

May 28, 2021

Hollings researcher Dr. Jen Wang was awarded a $225,000 Young Investigator grant from the Melanoma Research Alliance.

Dr. Bruce Frankel and Dr. Arabinda Das stand together in their lab

BrainPath Technology

May 26, 2021

MUSC neurologists are the first to develop a preclinical brain cancer model using cutting-edge BrainPath technology.

Dr. Andrew Jakymiw sits at his desk with a computer showing microscope images behind him

Peptide Carriers

May 24, 2021

Hollings researchers have discovered a more efficient way to enhance gene silencing for potential use in cancer drugs.

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