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Research Phenom

March 21, 2023

At just 27-years-old, post-doctoral scholar Cortney Gensemer, Ph.D., has quickly made a name for herself in the genetic research world.

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Cystic Fibrosis Trial

March 15, 2023

A multicenter study finds that patients with cystic fibrosis can safely take a dual combination of CF modulator drugs for four years.

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Uterine Cancer

March 14, 2023

Using the power of bioinformatics, GI scientists turned cancer researchers find that elevated levels of molecular motor Myo5b are implicated in uterine cancer.

Minocycline treatment increases fat accumulation.

Antibiotics and Adiposity

March 13, 2023

Long-term antibiotic use disrupts the healthy gut microbiome, leading to changes in liver metabolism that promotes abdominal fat accumulation.

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AI Sidekick

March 13, 2023

MUSC researchers show that AI can be used to help to identify liver cirrhosis in electronic health records.

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Raising Awareness

March 08, 2023

MUSC team finds an innovative way to reach more patients with clinical trials.

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Neuroblastoma Research

February 28, 2023

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center team has created what members believe to be among the first small molecules designed to stimulate immune cells to fight cancer.

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HIV Help

February 28, 2023

Innovative study tests trauma treatment for people with HIV to try to ensure they take medication, stay on healthy track.

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Surgeon Scientist

February 27, 2023

An MUSC Hollings Cancer Center doctor is one of only 12 chosen to participate in the National Cancer Institute’s Early-stage Surgeon Scientist Program.

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Record Riders

February 22, 2023

891 riders and 105 teams raised more than $433,000 to make LOWVELO22 the biggest yet.

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