South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research

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    Artificial neural network with a chip.
    With SCTR's support, MUSC researchers use deep learning models to identify patients at risk of intentional self-harm
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    A TL1 trainee and the KL2 scholar she shadowed during her translational sciences clinic rotation.
    Novel TL1 training initiative at the Medical University of South Carolina puts a human face on biomedical research
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    Woman engages with Virtual Urgent Care at MUSC Health.
    With SCTR's support, MUSC Health rapidly scaled up telehealth to meet the needs of patients during the pandemic.
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    Dr. Robert Gemmill of the Medical University of South Carolina
    Overcoming Therapeutic Resistance in Lung Cancer
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    Dr. Jennifer Dahne of the Medical University of South Carolina
    Co-directors of SCTR's Remote and Virtual Trials program review technologies that enable smokers across the state to participate in cessation trials remotely
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    Image of a mammogram
    New database could help lead to personalized treatments for breast cancer patients
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    Big data helps unleash the predictive powers of artificial intelligence.
    MUSC joins national patient registry that will answer crucial questions about COVID-19
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    MUSC health sciences students assume poses of persons depicted in artworks at the Gibbes Museum of Art.
    Team science project uses art to help health sciences students see through patients' and colleagues' eyes
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    Dr. Patrick Flume is heading up an effort to develop a biorepository of COVID-19 samples. Photo by Sarah Pack
    MUSC prepares biorepository of COVID-19 samples for research
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    David McSwain shows how a telehealth cart works
    Telehealth’s Impact on the COVID-19 Response
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    Test Current Entries screen for the MUSC Self-Monitor v1.0
    Extending CTSA Tools to Facilitate COVID-19 Home Monitoring