Psychologist Phillippe Cunningham's new study will reward parents for getting involved in their children's drug treatment.
Women are more likely than men to suffer from heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, and veterans get it earlier than civilians.
Dr. Cynthia Wright, center, with summer undergraduate research program students.
A recent study found dolphins' ability to dive without injury may hold clues to improving treatment for humans.
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Featured Researcher: MUSC College of Medicine
Upcoming MUSC Research Event
MUSC Science Café
invites you to learn about science and techology in a fun, comfortable environment.
Date: October 18, 2016
Time: 5:30 p.m.
480 King Street
Charleston, SC 29403
The recent Science Café
explored the fascinating, tiny world of nanotechnology – a field that’s a mix of medicine, engineering, chemistry and biology. MUSC researcher Ann-Marie Broome, Ph.D.
, who explored how this field is shaping the future of medicine with its ability to deliver powerful drugs in tiny, designer packages.
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Health: It's not all in the genes: Clean living can cut heart risks (11/17)
MUSC to be part of a $157 million environmental health study (11/7)
SimTunes working to improve maternal and fetal mortality in military hospitals, safety for Ebola health care providers (11/16)
Patients eager to test device that could ease heart failure symptoms (11/10)
Testing stem cells as possible treatment for heart failure (11/10)
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