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Limiting Psychedelic Research

June 12, 2024

Repeating past mistakes of the War on Drugs could limit neuroscience research on potential therapeutics, leaving patients without hope.

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Brain Positive Economics

May 13, 2024

Harris Eyre, M.D., Ph.D. gave the keynote address at the Lab to Leaders event where he discussed his most recent findings on brain capital.

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Gut Feelings

April 15, 2024

The gut-brain axis is an historic topic of research that explains the connection between mental and gastrointestinal disorders.

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Personalized Cancer Treatments

April 09, 2024

Advances in immunotherapy are increasing the quality of life and changing the prognoses for terminal cancer patients.

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Shrinking Contributions

March 28, 2024

Facts in textbooks are often omit important contributors; therefore, it is imperative to uncover the stories of the often erased women in STEM.

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Attacks From Within

March 26, 2024

Autoimmune diseases disproportionately affect women and scientists are still working to determine why.

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A Role Model for Women

March 14, 2024

Being a young woman in science has its challenges. Rosalind Franklin, “the unsung heroine of DNA”, and her story has a lasting impact on female scientists.

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The Woman I Am

March 05, 2024

Women's History Month offers a chance to reflect on the challenges of navigating societal expectations while embracing a multifaceted identity.

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Mini Heart Attacks

February 29, 2024

New microchip technology allows researchers to simulate heart attacks and study how the heart repairs itself afterwards.

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Effective Communication

February 21, 2024

MUSC trainees are developing skills to effectively communicate science to the general public in the 4th annual “Lab to Leaders” campus event.

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