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Wood wins behavioral pharmacology award

The American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) Division for Behavioral Pharmacology is honoring Susan Wood, Ph.D. with the 2020 J.H. Woods Early Career Award in Behavioral Pharmacology.

New assistant dean appointed for Florence Regional Campus

Alan G. Sechtin, M.D., has been named a new assistant dean of medical education at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia, in this role he will oversee the school's Florence Regional Campus.

Research Center for Transforming Health welcomes new interim director

Kevin Bennett, Ph.D., has been named as interim director of the Research Center for Transforming Health at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia.

Hester awarded prestigious AMA award

The American Medical Association (AMA) has presented William H. Hester, M.D., with the Benjamin Rush Award for Citizenship and Community Service for a lifetime of service to his country and community.

Project to study impact of environmental contaminants on future generations

Mitzi Nagarkatti, M.D. recently received a grant to study whether the negative effects of dioxin can be passed down generationally.

Riley receives Cornerstone Award from AAHSL

Ruth Riley has been named the 2019 recipient of the Cornerstone Award from the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries.

Donors establish endowment to support Instrumentation Resource Facility

An endowment fund has been established to provide ongoing support for University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia's Instrumentation Resource Facility thanks to the generosity of anonymous donors.

Finding Your Future Program - June 2020

In June 2020, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine-Columbia in conjunction with Prisma Health Richland will once again offer the Finding Your Future shadowing program to prospective medical students in South Carolina.

Endowment Honors a Family Legacy

Timothy Fitzgibbon, a 1987 graduate of the UofSC School of Medicine, established the Rodney Fitzgibbon, M.D. and Rodney Fitzgibbon, II, M.D. Endowment Fund to help fund a student at who has expressed an interest in pursuing a career in family medicine or obstetrics and gynecology and who demonstrates a great sense of compassion.

Emerging Physician Scientist Faculty Fellows Named

Three University of South Carolina's School of Medicine (SOM) faculty members have been named 2019-2020 Emerging Physician Scientist (EPS) Faculty Fellows.

Kevin Hennessee named 2019 William C. Gillespie Staff Recognition Award recipient

Kevin L. Hennessee, building and grounds supervisor, has been named the recipient of the 2019 William C. Gillespie Staff Recognition Award.

2019 Alumni and Dean's Awards Recipients Named

Fifteen individuals will be recognized at the annual Alumni and Dean's Awards Dinner on Oct. 4 (Friday).

Researchers discover recent long-term and remote long-term memories can be uncoupled

A research team at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia has discovered that deleting an enzyme that is required for the formation of recent long-term memories does not prevent the creation of remote long-term memories.

Finding Your Future Program - June 2019

the USC School of Medicine - Columbia in conjunction with Palmetto Health Richland once again will offer the Finding Your Future shadowing program to prospective medical students in South Carolina.

School of Medicine to host Carolina Cardiovascular Retreat, Dec. 18

In an effort to connect University of South Carolina researchers interested in cardiovascular research, the School of Medicine's Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy and the Instrumentation Resource Facility are hosting the Carolina Cardiovascular Retreat on Dec. 18.

Dr. Sen's migraine research featured in prominent medical journal

A study led by Souvik Sen, M.D., Ph.D., chair of clinical neurology, indicates that individuals who experience migraines with a visual aura may have an increased risk of an irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation, and subsequently an increased risk of stroke. The study findings were recently published in Neurology.

Inaugural Emerging Physician Scientist Faculty Fellows Named

Three University of South Carolina's School of Medicine (SOM) faculty members have been named the 2018-2019 Emerging Physician Scientist (EPS) Faculty Fellows.

Mazoué selected as academic chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

John Walsh, M.D., has stepped down as academic chair of the Department of Orthopaedics to focus his energy on direct clinical care. Christopher G. Mazoué, M.D., has been selected to serve as the new chair.

Perkins focusing on AVP role; Payne promoted to assistant dean for administration and finance

Jeffrey Perkins has relinquished his roles as chief of staff and associate dean for administration and finance for the School of Medicine to focus his attention on his role as USC associate vice president for business & finance and medical business affairs (AVP). Executive Dean Les Hall selected Derek Payne to fill the new position of assistant dean for administration and finance.

Toni Bracey named 2018 William C. Gillespie Staff Recognition Award recipient

The School of Medicine is pleased to announce that Toni L. Bracey, director, contract and grant administration, for the School of Medicine, is the recipient of the 2018 William C. Gillespie Staff Recognition Award.

2018 Alumni and Dean's Awards Recipients Named

Recognizing our students, faculty, staff and alumni for their hard work and support is important to the dean and the entire leadership team. Each spring service awards and alumni awards are presented to awardees nominated by their peers.

Discovery offers path to better diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis

Researchers from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and the Chinese University of Hong Kong found that patients with endometriosis have an increased number of a unique class of cells in their blood.

Physician Assistant Student Selected for AAPA's Governance Commission

Last month, Jamie Sabo, a member of our inaugural class of Physician Assistant students, was selected as the only student representative on the American Academy of Physician Assistants Governance Commission.

Drs. Carver and Eberth among inaugural recipients of Stimulus Research Program (SRP) Award

A research team led by Dr. Wayne Carver, chair of the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, is one of four inaugural teams of the Stimulus Research Program (SRP).

Finding Your Future Program - June 2018

If you are chosen from a select group of individuals, it is our hope that your time spent with us will fuel more of your fire to attend USC School of Medicine - Columbia and become a practicing physician.

 

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