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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.

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Social Distancing

March 25, 2020

We offer a few tips on how to stay healthy – both mentally and physically – during this crazy time

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Self Monitoring

March 24, 2020

New web application will help MUSC employees and students self-monitor for signs of coronavirus infection.

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Match Day 2020

March 20, 2020

Match Day is the day medical students find out where they'll do their residencies. But with social distancing, 2020's Match Day was unlike any other.

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Shining a Light

March 19, 2020

Stephanie Armstrong wants to help health care providers learn to recognize the signs that someone is a victim of trafficking and then know what to do about it.

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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.

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Leap Year Triplets

February 28, 2020

Kelly Rowe, mother of 7, takes a moment to reflect on the day she showed up at MUSC 16 years ago and delivered triplets -- on Leap Day.

Last year was a banner year for MUSC, and no department embodied that more than the Transplant Center. Photos by Sarah Pack

Transplant Records

February 26, 2020

From sheer number of organs transplanted to the first telehealth post-op visit, the MUSC Transplant Center had a year of records and firsts.

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New Master's Degree

February 21, 2020

MUSC launches a new Speech-Language Pathology master's program in the College of Health Professions to train practitioners.

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Plastic Free MUSC

January 31, 2020

The City of Charleston and MUSC have embarked on a single-use plastic ban this year in a move toward making a healthier community and environment.

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