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    Center uses expertise after tragedy strikes

    Dr. Dean Kilpatrick, National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center director, speaks at Mother Emanuel about a $3.6M grant to help survivors and victims’ families.  Learn More


Drs. Ann-Marie Broome and Satish Nadig

MUSC merging bioengineering with medicine

MUSC-based startup wins National TechConnect Innovation Award.

Charleston a good fit for packed Zika symposium

Almost 700 travel-related cases of the virus have been reported in the U.S.
brain imaging

Brain study points way to possible imaging improvements

Changes in blood flow may not be as tightly tied to neuronal activity as previously thought.

MUSC Research Highlights

  • MUSC partners with Bristol-Myers Squibb to create a translational research collaboration focused on fibrotic diseases.

Featured Researcher: MUSC College of Medicine

Dr. Samir Fakhry



Trauma programs make sure survivors don't feel alone

Surgeon Samir Fakhry, a strong trauma survivor advocate, pushes for national change in how trauma patients are handled. Learn more.


Samir M. Fakhry, M.D.
Professor of Surgery


Upcoming MUSC Research Event

Science Café

MUSC Science Café invites you to learn about science and technology in a fun, comfortable environment.
Date:     August 18, 2016
Time:     5:30 p.m.
Place:    Charleston Beer Works (upstairs)
               480 King Street
               Charleston, SC 29403

Tired of the same old conversations? Want to be blown away by the latest in medical and science advances? We have the perfect evening planned for you. This month's Science Café explores a fascinating world, unraveling the mysteries in our genome and how that can impact our health.  Dr. Stephen P. Ethier, Director of Genomic Medicine, will enlightened you.

In the News

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)

 Contact Us:  Office of the Vice President for Research | 179 Ashley Avenue, MSC 001 | Charleston, SC  29425 | 843-792-4333 | research-comm@musc.edu