Dr. Nicole Dominiak is among a growing number of patients benefiting from new immunotherapy treatments.
Dr. Anthony Alberg's study shows ovarian cancer may be linked to lower socioeconomic status among African-American women.
Dr. Keith Borg says that while serious injuries in children are relatively rare, trauma is the leading cuase of death for kids.
MUSC Research Highlights
- MUSC has an economic impact of $3.8 billion in the Charleston metropolitan area and supports nearly 28,000 jobs.
- MUSC partners with Bristol-Myers Squibb to create a translational research collaboration focused on fibrotic diseases.
Featured Researcher: MUSC College of Medicine
Dr. Philip Howe’s article in Nature Cell Biology provides important insights for maximizing the efficacy of existing chemotherapeutic agents. Learn more.
Philip H. Howe, Ph.D.
Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and
Hans and Helen Koebig Endowed Chair in Oncology, MUSC
Upcoming MUSC Research Event
MUSC Science Café
invites you to learn about science and techology in a fun, comfortable environment.
Date: September 20, 2016
Time: 5:30 p.m.
480 King Street
Charleston, SC 29403
Tired of the same old conversations? Want to be blown away by the latest in medical and scientific advances? Join us for this month’s Science Café that features Julie Kanter, M.D.
, a leading sickle cell disease expert at MUSC, who wants to improve the quality of life for these patients. She’ll explain how prevalent it is and what is in the works, in the clinic and through research, to help them.
In the News
MUSC registers annual economic impact of $3.8 billion in Charleston metro area (8/29)
SCRA considers opening facility closer to MUSC as WestEdge development plans advance (8/23)
Omega-3 study aims to give lieutenants a cognitive advantage (8/19)
Antibiotic-pumped livestock identified as major cause of deadly antibiotic resistance (8/16)
MUSC investigators awarded grant for research to predict and prevent aortic aneurysms (8/5)
NIH precision medicine effort to address health disparities (7/28)
Krüppel-Like Factor 12 Promotes Colorectal Cancer via Early Growth Response Protein 1 (7/29)
MUSC, Harbor Entrepreneur Center to launch life-science tech accelerator in Charleston (6/22)
Patient Non-Adherence Predicts Worse Kidney Transplant Outcomes (6/13)
New research shows stem cells found in baby teeth could be key to good health later (5/24)
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