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November 23, 2021

MUSC is increasing its focus on providing culturally competent care to the LGBTQ community as well as looking inward, as an employer of LGBTQ people.

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Giving Tuesday

November 19, 2021

State funds make up less than 4% of MUSC’s annual budget. That’s why Giving Tuesday is so important to MUSC.

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Transplant cyclist

October 26, 2021

For Zachary Sutton, a physician assistant at MUSC Health’s Transplant Clinic in Greenville, altruism is second-nature.

Future Nurses

October 12, 2021

Nine of the newest staff members learning the ropes at MUSC Health are either still in high school or have just graduated.

Surgeon Rana Pullatt works in the operating room while surrounded by several other doctors and nurses. They are all bathed in a green light

Rise of the Machines

October 06, 2021

Dr. Rana Pullatt is leading the way at MUSC Health for robotic surgical procedures. The surgeon believes it is the future of medicine.

From Left to Right: Assistant Director of Science Communications Dr. Matthew Greseth, CGS Dean Dr. Paula Traktman, and SC-SWIFT interns Julia Lefler and Catherine Mills.

Communicating Science

September 30, 2021

Science communications internship in the College of Graduate Studies helps scientists in training to share research with the general public.

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Heroic nurse

September 21, 2021

MUSC School of Nursing professor Angie Powers, DNP, was recently awarded the National Infantry Association Order of Saint Maurice – Legionnaire.

two dogs on a couch. a small one, a chihuahua seems to be attacking a bigger white hairy one, whose eyes are big and it looks scared. it's a silly photo though

Q&A 15

August 26, 2021

Dr. Scheurer answers all our burning questions as related to the coronavirus and vaccination.

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Computing Career

July 19, 2021

Richard Gadsden reflects on the evolution of computing technology that he's been part of in 43 years at MUSC.

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