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Kenyaria Noble

May 14, 2021

Black woman scientist excels on the bench as well as at home raising two children.

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Variants Dominate

May 14, 2021

“We’re in the world of variants of concern and variants of interest,” as MUSC finds variants make up 90% of coronavirus samples tested.

Photo illustration shows a crumpled mask on top of a vaccination card and a box of masks in a trash can.

New Mask Guidelines

May 14, 2021

The unmasking of vaccinated America is based on sound science, expert says. But it raises some tricky new issues.

Casey Chubb standing outside the house where his family celebrated all their big holidays

Homegrown Doc

May 13, 2021

Often, when a small-town kid makes it big, they are gone for good. But for this '21 COM graduate, he's not going anywhere.

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Spreading Knowledge

May 13, 2021

Now a double-MUSC grad, Melissa Turpin is helping to expand knowledge about occupational therapy in South Carolina and beyond.

twins in blue scrubs and face masks pose within a dental clinic

Dental Dudlecks

May 13, 2021

They've been together through college and dental school and plan to open a practice together -- but first these twin grads are headed to separate residencies.

Keeana Ross

Pfizer-Bound

May 13, 2021

College of Pharmacy’s Keeana Ross is headed for fellowship with Pfizer’s rare disease therapeutic team, following her passion for giving voice to voiceless.

Joy Buie. Photo by Sarah Pack

Nursing Graduate

May 13, 2021

When Joy Buie was growing up in Rock Hill, South Carolina, she lost a beloved family member. That early loss helped shape this nursing graduate's career.

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Nurse of the Year

May 12, 2021

MUSC Health-Charleston's Nurse of the Year has been working with patients for 45 years but hasn't slowed down.

Wil Doak stands in a park with his arm around his wife Pat

No Slowing Down

May 10, 2021

After previous bouts with cancer, 85-year-old Navy veteran Wil Doak didn't let multiple myeloma knock him off course.

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