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Kareem Heslop stands at an awards site wearing a suit jacket and a smile.

Graduate Studies Standout

May 17, 2022

"I’ve worked with many graduate students over the years and would easily rank Kareem among the top 5% or even better," professor says of graduate studies star.

College of Pharmacy graduate Kira Adkins. Photo by Kira Anderson

Pharmacy Graduate

May 17, 2022

While Kira Adkins’ classmates were learning each other’s names and backgrounds, they seemed to know something about her already.

Pregnant woman holding her stomach with wording "COVID-19."

COVID-19 and Pregnancy

May 17, 2022

Two MUSC epidemiologists will explore how the disruptions caused by the pandemic or infection with the SARS-Co2 virus affected pregnancy outcomes.

Keith Tormey is wearing scrubs and smiling in a hallway.

Dental Graduate

May 17, 2022

Keith Tormey’s Irish roots inspired a journey that brought him to dental school at MUSC, where he’s been a class leader amid the complications of the pandemic.

College of Medicine graduate Julia Rodes in her wheelchair wearing her white doctor's coat with a big smile on her face.

Medical Graduate

May 17, 2022

A motorcycle crash when she was 21 left Julia Rodes with a spinal cord injury – and determination to realize her dream of becoming a doctor.

Crystal Wood, wearing a white blouse, stands outside, smiling.

Foster Advocate

May 17, 2022

Crystal Wood, a 37-year-old single mother, will graduate from nursing school this week, completing her journey from foster child to foster child advocate.

A woman in a white coat looks intently off screen.

Radiation Reaccreditation

May 17, 2022

"Safety is no accident" is a motto wholeheartedly embraced by the Radiation Oncology team at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, which has earned reaccreditation.

Box with COVID tests

Upward Trajectory

May 17, 2022

“We’re clearly on an upward trajectory” scientist says, as Tri-county COVID cases rise 26% in weekly update.

Esther Odeghe stands wearing a pink sweater and black top with her arms crossed. She is smiling.

CHP Graduate

May 17, 2022

Only days from graduating from MUSC College of Health Professions as nurse anesthetist, Esther Odeghe reflected with awe on journey she's taken.

Dr. Paula Traktman (left) and graduate student Conor Templeton in the laboratory.

A Virus’s Achilles’ Heel?

May 16, 2022

The vaccinia virus uses the same tool to copy and repair DNA and blocking that tool dramatically reduces the virus’s ability to multiply, MUSC study finds.

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