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New drug candidates reverse drug resistance

This is the theoretical binding of lead drug candidate to its molecular target, protein disulfide isomerase
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New avenue for treating aortic aneurysms

MUSC Health patient becomes first in state to be treated with new flexible stent


Research Highlights

Developing a tool to help doctors treat chronic liver disease early 

Almost 5 million American adults have been diagnosed with liver disease

MUSC set a new high-water mark in FY2018

MUSC sets new record as state's biomedical research leader with more than $276.5 million in funding

The science of teamwork

Smartphone app improves teamwork and communication in trauma care and earns national honor

Featured Researchers:  MUSC College of Medicine

Dr. Sherine Chan, one of the founders of Neuroene Therapeutics, tested the anti-seizure compounds in a zebrafish model with funding from the South Carolina Clinical and Translational Research Institute. The compounds were effective at reducing epileptic seizure in zebrafish.  Read more ...

Sherine Chan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of SCCP Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences, College of Pharmacy


Research Events Calendar

Science Café

MUSC Science Café invites you to learn about science and technology in a fun, comfortable environment.
Please visit our collection of past Science Café
Read about the fascinating science happening all around us at the MUSC as we prepare for next year of more exciting science at MUSC Science Café.


In the News

The Medical University of South Carolina Research Center Partners with Prometheus Research on Recovery from Stroke Qualitative Behavioral Assessment and Rehabilitation Core (11/5/18)


MUSC breaks record in funding for biomedical research  (10/18/18)

$11 million NIH grant creates new center for musculoskeletal research (10/18/18)

Brain surgery: predicting patient outcomes (10/16/18)

New MUSC study demonstrates value of seeking a second opinion for breast cancer patients (10/15/18)

'Like a hug from everyone who loves you' — how MDMA could help patients with trauma (10/15/18)

High levels of toxic PCBs found in Charleston Harbor fish by MUSC researchers (10/11/18)

Molecular imaging research could find less toxic, more effective breast cancer treatments (10/8/18)

Sexual Assault Has Long-Term Mental, Physical Impact (10/3/18)

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