The Research Center for Transforming Health supports SOM investigators and their teams as they move from concept to fulfillment, making transformative and innovative research possible. We provide opportunities for research development, education and training, as well as grant and project support.
The Center serves as a collaborative focal point to foster engagement within and across disciplines. Our goal is to improve health by asking important questions and creating new knowledge through research.
Advancing the collaborative research relationship between UofSC and Prisma Health to pursue new and innovative research that improves health.
The Emerging Physician Scientists program supports clinical faculty to enhance their research skills and develop pilot data to jump start their research careers.
This competitive program provides a full-time research experience to rising second-year UofSC SOM medical students.
Maximize your potential for funding success by engaging with the Research Center for Transforming Health (RCTH) on your next grant application.
The RCTH Peer Grant Review Program is a valuable resource for investigators to obtain useful pre-submission feedback of their proposals.
A forum where research coordinators come together to discuss topics of interest and create a community of learning.
Our Vision and Mission
To create a culture of possibility to accelerate translational research and foster collaborations.
To support investigators and their teams as they move from concept to fulfillment, making transformative and innovative research possible.
We want to engage scientists and physicians in a new way. We are a relatively small medical school, but we have world-class researchers and clinicians.
- Frank Spinale, Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Education