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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.

A man wearing a long sleeved red shirt and glasses sits across a table from a woman wearing a white striped sweater. He has a device attached to his right hand. She has a computer screen in front of her.

Vagus Nerve Stimulation

June 13, 2023

Neurosurgeon and therapists team up to perform first vagus nerve implant for chronic stroke in the Carolinas.

Surgeon Alex Spiotta stands on stage giving a TEDx talk in front of a large projection screen with an image of an MRI of a human skull

STAR Symposium

May 09, 2023

On May 11, Dr. Alex Spiotta will be joined by some of the best and brightest minds in the world of stroke and aneurysm treatment for the first STAR Symposium.

People in medical scrubs look at a computer screen showing a brain scan.

Comprehensive Stroke Center

March 31, 2023

MUSC Health earns reaccreditation as as only Comprehensive Stroke Center in Lowcountry and just one of four statewide.

Illustration of woman's head showing arteries leading to her brain.

Warning Strokes

February 16, 2023

Heart Association tells doctors to treat TIAs as emergencies. MUSC Health expert explains what the transient attacks mean in terms of major stroke risk.

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

Setting Care in Motion

May 16, 2022

Ambulances equipped with cutting-edge scanners could lessen the time it takes to get stroke patients the treatment they need.

Dr. Michelle Nichols (left) and Dr. Gayenell Magwood (right) of the College of Nursing at MUSC

Restoring Trust

April 26, 2022

Stroke research improves when survivors and caregivers feel comfortable telling their stories and researchers learn to listen.

a man sits at a table facing a rolling floor mirror while a therapist guides his arm

Neuro Rehab

February 15, 2022

MUSC Health and the College of Health Professions partner on a comprehensive outpatient rehab facility for neurological conditions.

a man in khakis and blue button down shirt poses with the MRI inside the ambulance

MRI On the Go

January 04, 2022

Performing an MRI en route to the hospital could cut treatment time for stroke patients. But is it even possible?

Dr. Gayenell Magwood, professor in the MUSC College of Nursing

COVID-19 and Chronic Disease

December 03, 2021

MUSC researcher will explore how chronic disease affected COVID-19 outcomes and how COVID-19 affected chronic disease management in underserved communities.

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