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Vice President of Research Dr. Lori McMahon in front of banner for Blue Sky Award, which she  founded,

Blue Sky Winners

April 23, 2024

Teams working to improve substance use screening in trauma centers and relieve symptoms of a connective tissue disease take home this year’s Blue Sky Awards.

Dr. Michael Gold standing next to MUSC Health banner

Reducing Stroke Risk

March 13, 2024

A new worldwide study finds the blood thinner apixaban to be successful in reducing stroke in patients with subclinical atrial fibrillation.

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Heart Failure Treatment

February 15, 2024

Cardiologist: “I want to make sure that everything that they offer at Charleston, except for transplant, will be offered here at MUSC Columbia."

Woman in a chair point to her left hand. She's looking at a screen where she sees a man.

Revolutionizing the ED

February 14, 2024

Emergency Medicine physicians at MUSC Health have designed a process to see patients faster and optimize care.

a cancer surgeon in the operating room looks up to talk to a team member

New Chief

February 08, 2024

Dr. Kevin Roggin, new surgical oncology chief, says he learned how to be a well-rounded physician through good role models, and he wants to pass that along.

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Values in Action

December 15, 2023

MUSC President David Cole names winners of 2023 Values in Action Awards.

Partial Team for portable MRI-equipped ambulance Blue Sky Award winning project

MRI-equipped Ambulance

November 01, 2023

MUSC researchers partner with Emergency Medical Services to pilot test the first MRI-equipped ambulance to speed stroke response.

Two young female health care professionals sit on either side of a young Ugandan child who is smiling and has both hands up in the air.

Ugandan Wheelchairs

September 18, 2023

Every year, a group of MUSC students and professors fly to Uganda to spend a week and a half giving out wheelchairs to those in the greatest need.

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Cancer Robotic Surgery

September 13, 2023

Doctors with MUSC Hollings Cancer Center are the first in South Carolina to perform head and neck cancer surgery with the single port da Vinci SP.

Teeny tiny newborn baby on mom's chest

Hydrocephalus Device

July 31, 2023

How a chance meeting between a pediatric neurosurgeon and a medical device manufacturer led to a new way to treat a brain condition known as hydrocephalus.

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