MUSC students and scientists use experiments and games to highlight the value of research.
Researchers look for ways to turn around troubling statistics.
Dr. Edith Williams is examining whether a new, culturally tailored peer mentoring intervention improves disease self-management, indicators of disease activity, and quality of life in African American women with lupus.
|Jan 16, 2018||Dean Kilpatrick, Ph.D.||Mass Violence|
|Feb 20, 2018||Amy Martin, Dr.P.H., MSPH||Oral Health & Population Sciences|
|Mar 20, 2018||Paula Traktman, Ph.D.||Viruses|
|Apr 18, 2018||Sundar Balasubramanian, Ph.D.||Yoga|
|May 22, 2018||David Turner, Ph.D.||A.G.E.|
|Jun 19, 2018||Timothy Lyons, M.D., FRCP||Diabetes|
|Jul 24, 2018||Gustavo Leone, Ph.D.||Origins of Cancer|
|Aug 22, 2018||Kevin Gray, M.D.||Addiction|
|Sep18, 2018||Theresa Kelechi, Ph.D.||Wound Healing|
|Oct (TBN)||Gary Gilkeson, M.D.||Lupus|
Satish Nadig, M.D. - Oct 17, 2017 - The Times They are a-Changin’: Embarking on the next era of transplantation
Associate Professor, Department of Surgery