Skip Navigation

Office of Public Relations - News Center

ebola preparedness at MUSC


MUSC confident it can care for Ebola patients

Today, MUSC doctors joined the director of the state health and environmental control agency to announce they are prepared to handle Ebola patients if needed. Doctors and nurses are volunteering to treat patients using newly-ordered equipment that’s already on-site.




Medical scholarship

Opening Doors campaign helps medical students
Historic scholarship campaign looks to raise $20 million over the next three years with the goal of bringing the best and brightest to medical school.


Pectus surgery

"Iron Man" makes a splash
Carson Quick now isn't afraid to shed his shirt for swim team following a pectus excavatum surgery to corrent a congenital deformity that affects many teenagers at a time self-esteem can be most vulnerable.


Dr. Cole MUSC

Cole celebrates big day with ceremony, reception
Dr. David J. Cole, MUSC's seventh president, sets the tone for a new era in his inaugural address. Visitors and staf react to the day.



More News

MUSC researcher, colleagues find increased risk of stroke in people with cognitive impairment

Robin Williams' suicide creates 'teachable moment'

Creativity: Healing grace or suicidal path?

MUSC sets high standards with Epilepsy Center's level 4 status

Center a dream come true for MUSC neurologists

News Center Archives


In the News

1. SC medical marijuana panel hears painful testimony

2. MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator John Sanders tackles cancer and the biggest challenge of his career

3. MUSC researchers closer to finding marker for concussions in MRI's


What Hollings has been able to do for me, not only am I still alive, but I'm living and having a good time.

John Sanders - MUSC Children's Hospital Administrator


© 2014  Medical University of South Carolina | Disclaimer