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Shannon McGue sits by an elaborately carved tower in Delhi

Global Health

July 12, 2019

Shannon McGue has been passionate about global health since her undergrad years. Now she's putting her last year at MUSC on hold to research abroad.

Escape Room

June 26, 2019

All play and no work? Not exactly, when it comes to this escape room video game.

Truck parked in front of MUSC library

Hurricane Awareness

June 25, 2019

MUSC spends day educating employees, students and community about what to do if a hurricane has its sights set on Charleston.

Evans and Starr in OR

Trauma Shift

June 20, 2019

Follow along with trauma surgeon Heather Evans, M.D., as she navigates one crazy 17-hour on-call shift.

Preventing Addiction

June 14, 2019

MUSC dentists and professors give painkiller prescribing process a thorough cleaning to fight opioid crisis.

people walk around campus in front of the library

Education Investment

June 13, 2019

MUSC leaders are optimistic about the state budget that invests in higher education, including money for new facilities for the College of Pharmacy.

man stands in front of sign showing languages available for interpretation

Extra Attention

June 11, 2019

Working with an interpreter is harder than it looks, as medical students found when they went through a special program before beginning clerkships.

Caroline Delongchamps with her son and Dr. David Cole

Commencement 2019

May 29, 2019

"I am Bed 10." So begins a powerful commencement speech by a mother turned advocate.

A physician assistant holds up one finger in front a a girl seated on an exam table

Expanding Access

May 22, 2019

A new law allows physician assistants to perform more of the tasks they've been trained for, and proponents say that will help increase access to care.

Koci dressed at Effie Trinket from the Hunger Games

Healing From Within

May 15, 2019

How one graduate's fascination with medicine took her on a journey that involved discovering her true self and healing from within.

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