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Alexander Alekseyenko, Ph.D., left, and Marvella Ford, Ph.D., right

Data Dive

May 25, 2022

A new joint program at MUSC and Clemson University will offer training in how to harness big data to identify and address health inequities.

A young girl stands before a microphone and reads from a paper

EDS Research

April 07, 2022

Researchers, doctors, patients and donors gathered to celebrate the progress in researching Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

Innovative Ideas

June 29, 2021

Anyone can now take innovative ideas to the next level.

Kenyaria Noble

May 14, 2021

Black woman scientist excels on the bench as well as at home raising two children.

Group of cyclists riding on the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston during Lowvelo 2019


March 23, 2021

Registration opens March 24 for LOWVELO, Hollings' annual bike ride to raise money for lifesaving cancer research.

soldiers walking away with guns over shoulders

Ethiopian War

February 04, 2021

Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Ph.D., has spent his professional career focused on making the world a better place. Today he's asking the world to return the favor.

Claudia Salazar stands outside

Determined to Help

February 02, 2021

A brain cancer diagnosis gave Claudia Salazar even more motivation to make an impact in cancer research and health disparities.

five people in full PPE cluster together to talk


January 28, 2021

MUSC leadership previewed OneMUSC, the new roadmap that will guide the vision for every individual at MUSC.

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