Science Never Sleeps Podcast

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Science Never Sleeps is a podcast about the science, people, innovation and stories behind the scenes of biomedical research at the Medical University of South Carolina.

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MUSC presents Science Cafe Online, January 2021 | COVID19: Is Our Past Our Future? A conversation with Dr. Mike Schmidt

MUSC Science Cafe Podcast Science Never Sleeps What a song and COVID-19 have in common a conversation with Dr. Lucinda A. Halstead

MUSC presents Science Cafe Online, December 2020 | What a Song and COVID-19 Have in Common: A Conversation with Dr. Lucinda A. Halstead

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MUSC Science Cafe podcast Science Never Sleeps Friends from the heart podcast Getting to the Genetic Heart of the Matter A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Judge

MUSC presents Science Cafe Online, November 2020 | Getting to the Genetic Heart of the Matter. A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Judge.

Science Cafe podcast - MUSC presents Science Cafe Online October 2020 Aging-Don't let it spook you! A conversation with Dr. Heather Boger, Associate Director of the Institute for Healthy Aging

MUSC presents Science Cafe Online, October 2020 | Aging-Don't let it spook you! A conversation with Dr. Heather Boger, Associate Director of the Institute for Healthy Aging.

Dr, Peter Kalivas

Looking Back/Moving Forward: The Neurobiology of Addiction | A conversation with MUSC Distinguished University Professor, Dr. Peter Kalivas

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Dr. Eric Powers

Global outreach: Eric R. Powers, M.D., FACC and other partners are assisting in the implementation of an advanced clinical and training program in cardiovascular disease at the Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania—the first advanced cardiac and catheterization center in the country.

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MUSC CONGRESSIONAL STAFF VISIT to listen to researchers talk about their work at MUSCPatrick A. Flume M.D.Endowed Chair, Powers-Huggins Endowed Chair for Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis: On the cusp of a game changing therapy. A conversation with Patrick Flume, M.D., Medical University of South Carolina.

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Dr. Marvella Ford

Healthcare Disparities: Dr. Marvella Ford, associate director of the Population Science and Cancer Disparities program at Hollings Cancer Center, discusses unequal access to healthcare.

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Eric Bartee in lab

An Age-Old Concept with a 21st Century Impact: Description - Dr. Eric Bartee takes us on a journey from 18th century cancer killing viruses to today's high tech immune response innovations.

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Dr. David Neskey

Immunotherapy Before Surgery: Dr. David Neskey investigates the impact of pre-surgical immunotherapy to improve cancer outcomes.

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John Wrangle in lab

The Doctor Will See You Now: Dr. John Wrangle discusses the critical role clinical trials play in translating research into potential medical care solutions for cancer.

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Mark Rubinstein in lab

Killing Cancer Through Immunotherapy: Dr. Mark Rubinstein provides a compelling depiction of life in the lab focused on cancer cures.

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Chrystal Paulos in lab

Why I do Cancer Research: Dr. Chrystal Paulos talks about a family history of cancer which changed the course of her career.

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Aerial Horseshoe

An Introduction to Cancer Immunotherapy: Four MUSC Holllings Cancer Center scientists share their insights about Cancer Immunotherapy.

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