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Remote MRI

November 16, 2022

How remote scanning assistance is bringing health care to rural areas of South Carolina.

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Designer. Maker. Dreamer.

October 18, 2022

Joshua Kim has a gift for finding areas of health care that could use improving and then just making it happen.

Dr. Rami Zebian holds a smart device while a woman next to him uses a Butterfly ultrasound device on a man's bare back.

Leap Forward

June 15, 2022

‘A leap forward’: MUSC begins widespread use of pocket-size, whole body ultrasound system.

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AI in Health Care

May 11, 2022

Every year artificial intelligence becomes more intertwined with health care. Some of the areas top AI minds got together to discuss how to take it further.

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Blood Cleanse

April 06, 2022

MUSC researchers have developed a way to remove toxic chemotherapeutic drugs from the blood after cancer treatment to prevent them from reaching the heart.

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Caregiver Mental Health

February 28, 2022

An MUSC psychologist is working on an app to help parents deal with the mental health aftereffects of traumatic injury in children.

Woman therapist with young girl in office


February 14, 2022

MUSC’s Technology Applications Center for Healthful Lifestyles (TACHL) leverages technology to improve population health.

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Violence Prevention

February 09, 2022

A three-year, $1 million grant will allow MUSC to start a community violence intervention program.

Dr. Carol Feghali-Bostwick of the Medical University of South Carolina

Potent Peptide

January 10, 2022

MUSC research team has identified a pathway by which a known antifibrotic protein works, providing a possible clinical solution for patients with fibrosis.

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SC Innovates

December 15, 2021

Out of more than 60 teams from across the state, two from MUSC were awarded the top prizes in the inaugural S.C. Innovates Student Pitch competition.

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