Global Health News and Events

Where are we going? MUSC travel by the numbers

MUSC physicians consult cases to demonstrate power of telemedicine in Uganda, Honduras

On a rare occasion you might find a pediatrician, neurologist, dermatologist and emergency medicine physician meeting to provide in-suite case consultations. Rarer still is this assemblage of highly skill healthcare professionals working together to diagnose patients remotely at clinics in Honduras and Uganda simultaneously.  The Honduran and Ugandan clinics are roughly 2,985 and 7,397 miles from Charleston, respectively.

Donors Cure gives biomedical researchers alternative funding source

Scientists are, as Albert Einstein described himself, “passionately curious” about breaking new ground in their respective fields.

MUSC women share stories of inspiration for International Women's Day 2015

“If society will not admit of a woman’s free development, then society must be remodeled.”
~Elizabeth Blackwell - the first woman to become a medical doctor in the US

MUSC medical student emphasizes confidence in physical exam skills

Students of medicine find themselves deferring to their physical exam skills less in the course of their medical career, and understandably so. The advent of advance diagnostics has created a schism in not only preference of test over clinical exams, but the total amount of time doctors spend with patients.

Center for Global Health awards 2015 trainee, faculty mentor global health travel grants

Trainee Global Health Grant Awardees

MUSC hosts Tanzanian delegation to show commitment to African Great Lakes region

Her Excellency Ambassador Liberata Mulamula of the Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania made her inaugural visit to Charleston, SC and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) on Thursday, February 5, 2015 where she took part in activities to highlight MUSC’s extensive involvement in the African Great Lakes region.

Ambassador Mulamula was accompanied by Tanzanian Economic Affairs Plenipotentiary, Paul Mwafongo in Charleston for a day’s worth of celebration to hallmark MUSC’s growing partnerships with institutions in Tanzania.

MUSC Heart and Vascular Board of Directors hosts dinner for Tanzanian Ambassador to the U.S.

The MUSC Heart and Vascular Board of Directors hosted a dinner reception at McCrady’s Restaurant in honor of Her Excellency Ambassador Liberata Mulamula and Paul Mwafongo, Tanzanian Economic Affairs Plenipotentiary on Thursday, February 5, 2015. Jill Chalsty and Ralph Edwards, on behalf of the Heart and Vascular Board, recognized the dedication and hard work of the MUSC cardiology team led by Drs. Eric Powers and Peter Zwerner in battling heart disease in Tanzania, and reinforced their commitment to raising funds and awareness to support these efforts. 

A medical student's journey from the classroom to the field

Caroline West shared her remarks at a luncheon event for Her Excellency Ambassador Liberata Mulamula of the Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania.

By Caroline West

Granola Bars, Patience and Perseverance in Tanzania

Ashley Waring, MD shared her experience in Tanzania with Her Excellency Ambassador of the Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania Liberata Mulamula and Tanzanian Economic Affairs Plenipotentiary, Paul Mwafongo during a dinner reception hosted by MUSC's Heart and Vascular Board of Directors.

By Ashley Waring, MD

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