Science Never Sleeps: An MUSC Research Podcast

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Science Never Sleeps title card with headshot of Kevin Hughes, M.D.

Genetics & Cancer Research

June 18, 2024

Dr. Kevin Hughes discusses his research on developing tools that make cancer genetic testing simple, safe and efficient.

Science Never Sleeps, with Dr. Sabrina Horvath.

Toddler Speech

May 09, 2024

Dr. Sabrina Horvath discusses her research in childhood language development and disorder, late talkers, and vocabulary development.

Science Never Sleeps, with Stephanie Aghamoosa, PhD

Detecting Alzheimers

April 01, 2024

Dr. Stephanie Aghamoosa discusses her research of the aging brain and cognitive function.

Science Never Sleeps - Thriving After Trauma: Supporting Families and Caregivers with Carla Kmett Danielson, PhD

Trauma & Childhood

November 13, 2023

Dr. Carla Danielson discusses her research in helping at-risk youth respond to trauma and how that research has led to new approaches in clinic today.

Science Never Sleeps - Living with Spinal Cord Injury: Resilience and Better Health Outcomes with James Krause, PhD.

Living With Spinal Cord Injury

July 17, 2023

Dr. James Krause discusses SCI & his life-long commitment to understanding the impact of neurologic injury on health, quality of life, employment & longevity.

Science Never Sleeps - Keeping Grey Matter Healthy – Metabolic Disorders and the Brain with Catrina Robinson, PhD

Keeping Grey Matter Healthy

August 25, 2022

Dr. Catrina Robinson discusses her research on understanding the role of metabolic disorders on brain health & aging.

When Healing Goes Wrong – Understanding Fibrosis with Carol Feghali-Bostwick, PhD

Understanding Fibrosis

April 29, 2022

In this episode of Science Never Sleeps, we’ll be discussing scleroderma and fibrosis, and research to find treatments and possible cures.

Space, The Human Brain, and What It All Means for Us on Earth with Donna Roberts, MD and Mark Rosenberg, MD

Space & the Human Brain

March 21, 2022

Drs. Donna Roberts & Mark Rosenberg discuss how the goal of health in space helps us achieve better health here at home.

What is research and why does it matter?  With Lori McMahon, PhD

What Is Research?

February 08, 2022

Dr. Lori McMahon discusses the importance of research and the role it plays in creating safer, healthier communities.

Why We Do Research with Sunil Patel, MD, Chip Norris, PhD, and Cortney Gensemer

Why We Do Research

October 15, 2021

Drs. Sunil Patel, Russell "Chip" Norris & postdoctoral student Cortney Gensemer discuss innovation in healthcare & Ehlers-Danlos at MUSC.

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