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Photograph of medical students in an surgery laboratory

The MUSC Accelerated Curriculum For Orthopaedic Residency (ACFOR) program improves competence, and reduces debt burden for students at graduation.

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Dr. Hai Yao working with student in the joint MUSC-Clemson bioengineering program.

Clemson Collaboration

Clemson-MUSC Bioengineering program bridges engineering and physical sciences with life sciences to grasp fundamental biology and disease processes.

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Photograph of Vincent D. Pellegrini, Jr. MD, in surgery

The PEPPER Trial

MUSC leads massive nation-wide study to balance risks of pulmonary embolism and excessive bleeding after hip and knee replacement.

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Photograph of Dr. Kristoff Reid in Syria with fellow soldiers in Syria, 2018.

Physicians in armed services

MUSC physicians have a long history of serving their country as active military, reserve and several continue to serve as reservists.

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Photograph of Lindsey Demos, PT, wife of Dr. Harry Demos, coordinates MUSC trips to Haiti and provides hands-on caring to patients

Hatian-US Residents Exchange

MUSC faculty-resident trips to Haiti and exchange program with Haitian residents serves needy communities and trains culturally competent physicians.

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