The Medical University of South Carolina has a proud tradition of training excellent surgeons. As alumni of the MUSC general surgery residency program you have been part of that tradition.
Originally founded in 1964, the Curtis P. Artz MUSC Surgical Society is a member organization representing alumni of the MUSC surgery residency programs, fellows, and Department of Surgery faculty members. Curtis P. Artz (1915-1977) was a renowned trauma and burn surgeon who joined the faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina in 1965. He served as professor and chairman of the Department of Surgery until his untimely death in 1977. After an extended hiaturs, the Artz Society was reformed in 2010 with the goal of developing an engaged, supportive and proud group of surgical alumni.
Mission: The mission of the newly formed Curtis P. Artz MUSC Surgical Society is to provide a forum to: - Cultivate an enduring relationship among the trainees, students and faculty of the Department of Surgery, past and present. - Enrich, excite and instill pride in the MUSC Surgery Residency Program - Facilitate networking and build camaraderie among alumni and faculty. - Provide an avenue for dissemination of information and advancement of science. - Promote growth of the Department of Surgery through communication, education and financial support.
Patient Les Wilson describes his surgery experience with Dr. Virgilio George. #WeAreReady
MUSC Health Digestive Health is here for you! Patient Les Wilson describes his surgery experience with Dr. Virgilio George. #WeAreReady
MUSC Health Surgery is here for you! Dr. Prabhakar K. Baliga shares his message for patients who may be concerned about their healthcare needs during these uncertain times. #WeAreReady
Congratulations to @MUSCSurgery resident Kunal Patel, M.D. for successfully matching in a Cardiothoracic Fellowship at @UVASurgery #Match2020 #CTSurgery
"Our family is so grateful for the opportunity that we have been given by the transplant team at MUSC. I cannot tell this story enough and give enough praise and thanks to the team of doctors, nurses and support staff who saved John's life. There are a lot of doctors in the world, but it takes a special team of people to have compassion and show the true love for what they do.” Lisa Gabriel, wife of John McDonald who received a double-lung transplant during COVID-19.
web.musc.edu It wasn't COVID that put him on a ventilator during the pandemic.
Thanks to all nurses this week and every week. Happy #nationalnursesweek! #nurse #covid19 #stopthespread
MUSC Health has taken important steps to protect you and your family when you visit our clinics and hospitals. #WeAreReady!
Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping us raise more than $65,000 (and counting!) on #GivingTuesdayNow! Your gifts will help buy and build the most reliable tests possible to detect COVID-19 and its antibodies. We couldn't be more grateful! https://buff.ly/2YCF4Fi
Help bring an end to this pandemic. Start a Facebook fundraiser to support COVID-19 testing at @MUSCHealth. Facebook.com/fund/MUSCFoundation #givingtuesdaynow #changingwhatspossible
COVID-19 testing is key to getting back to normal. Help us get there faster by donating to testing today at give.musc.edu/Tuesday. #givingtuesdaynow #changingwhatspossible
connect2.musc.edu We need your help to raise support for COVID-19 testing that will help us all get back to normal as quickly and safely as possible.
Please join us in congratulating current @MUSCSurgery resident Haley Zlomke, M.D., PGY-2 who has been awarded a 2-year research fellowship at Johns Hopkins with co-mentors, Dr. Christopher Wolfgang and Dr. Lei Zheng. This is a T-32 funded fellowship and will involve the study of pancreatic cancer metastasis and circulating tumor cells. She will begin in July 2020.
Giving Tuesday is today, and MUSC has chosen to direct all funds raised to COVID-19 testing. We're hoping you’ll rally your friends, family, and colleagues to support COVID-19 testing at MUSC. Please click the link below to learn more and hear a special message from Beth and Darius Rucker.
We are so excited to share this #GivingTuesdayNow message from Beth and Darius Rucker!
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Lipo-ImmunoTech receives a Small Business Technology Transfer grant to develop a novel cancer #immunotherapy technology.
“The waves of donations have been coming in fast, furious, and non-stop, and I am beyond thankful to all of the thoughtful, generous people giving at this critical time. We have MUSC team members, local businesses, distilleries, friends and neighbors all coming in to drop off these supplies. We’ve received donations from Lowes, Costco, and the College of Charleston, as well as Trident, Lincoln Electric and many others. We also have heroes willing to donate from Mexico and China. I’m personally blown away & overwhelmed with gratitude.” #changingwhatspossible #givingtuesdaynow
MUSC President David Cole shares an update on COVID-19 testing happening at MUSC Health, and why it's critical to helping us all move on to a new normal.
web.musc.edu As we think about how get back to a new normal in the age of COVID-19, it is important to understand the role of testing in shaping our path forward
Testing is key to getting back to normal. Help us get there faster by donating to COVID-19 testing. #GivingTuesdayNow
live5news.com A 57-year-old Beaufort man is home after spending three weeks on a ventilator and almost a month in the hospital after testing positive for COVID-19.
MUSC Health Trauma is here for you! Dr. Evert Eriksson shares his message for patients who may be concerned about their healthcare needs during these uncertain times.
MUSC Health Trauma is here for you! Dr. Evert Eriksson shares his message for patients who may be concerned about their healthcare needs during these uncerta...
Major Ed Sutton with the United States Air Force thanks you for all you are doing with #HeroesNeedMasks!
“I want to say a big THANK YOU to @heroesneedmasks @matthewjgraves1 & @HReneeHarvey 👏 Ya'll are doing amazing work by ensuring our medical personnel have the protective gear they need.👩🏾⚕️👨⚕️😷🏥 Keep it up 👍 Look for the helpers! https://t.co/QNDDQ4oRen”
Thank you, Dr. George, and all of the MUSC Health surgeons and proivders for all you do to keep our patients safe and healthy! #WeAreReady
MUSC Health Digestive Health is here for you! Dr. Virgilio George shares her message with patients who may be concerned about their healthcare needs during t...
thestate.com These four institutions have combined efforts to help South Carolinians during the coronavirus pandemic.
MUSC has made it a priority to raise money for COVID-19 testing on May 5, a new global day of giving called #GivingTuesdayNow. Learn how you can help at give.musc.edu/Tuesday. #changingwhatspossible
MUSC Health received 100 3D printed masks produced by the Citadel Baker Business School headed by Dr. James Bezjian, Director of the Business Innovation Lab, using the MUSC 3D printed design.
The masks were assembled by the Charleston Historic Rotary Club, Citadel alumni, and students and delivered with notes of gratitude written on them!
Collectively the collaborative effort has made 400 masks and plans to have 500 masks available for MUSC by May 1.
[04/28/20] Congratulations to T. Karl Byrne, M.D., Satish Nadig, M.D., D.Phil., and Mark Rubinstein, Ph.D. the newest members from the Department of Surgery in MUSC’s Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
southcarolinapublicradio.org This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. David Mahvi about cancer treatment underway during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Mahvi is the Chief of Clinical
Dr. Elizabeth Genovese joins a Eastern Vascular Society Panel to discuss what their institutions are doing to adjust to COVID-19. She discusses how forward-thinking MUSC was in preparation and how we are adjusting protocols as we move into the next phase of care over the next few months.
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Scientists from the state's three research universities are working together to build a SARS-CoV-2 antibody test to ensure one is available to South Carolinians. Read about their collaborative efforts, the importance of research at a medical university, the impact of the Center for Cellular Therapy and the interdisciplinary capabilities at MUSC that truly are Changing What's Possible.
web.musc.edu Scientists from the state's three research universities are working together to build a SARS-CoV-2 antibody test to ensure one is available to South Carolinians
Congratulations to Shikhar Mehrotra, Ph.D., and Sophie Paczesny, M.D., Ph.D., named co-leaders of the Cancer Immunology program at Hollings Cancer Center at MUSC.
Mehrotra’s appointment began March 2. The associate professor in MUSC’s Department of Surgery replaces Chrystal Paulos, Ph.D., who has been program co-leader since 2017.
Paczesny’s appointment begins July 1. She’ll be replacing David Neskey, M.D., who has served as interim program co-leader since March 2019. Paczesny currently holds joint appointments in pediatrics and basic science—microbiology and immunology—at Indiana University School of Medicine.
“These two leaders bring a wealth of talent and expertise to lead Hollings into a new decade that promises to have exciting discoveries in how immune cells are compromised in tumor environments and how such findings can be translated to new therapies,” said Hollings Cancer Center interim director Denis Guttridge, Ph.D., about the appointments.
web.musc.edu Shikhar Mehrotra, Ph.D., and Sophie Paczesny, M.D., Ph.D., named new associate directors of the Cancer Immunology program at Hollings Cancer Center.
“It’s an indescribable feeling. It’s a feeling in your heart that says I’m doing something good no matter how small to help in this fight." Thank you, Harry, for changing what's possible during this pandemic.
An insightful perspective from Dr. Cynthia Talley in The ACS Bulletin COVID-19 update.
facs.org Cynthia Talley, MD, FACS, outlines the struggle to maintain financial security during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Evert Eriksson discusses the silent-sub epidemic of people who need care at hospitals but are not going in to receive care with The Washington Post. According to Eriksson, many are delaying care which can cause increases in complications.
washingtonpost.com Doctors have been puzzled over their disappearance, speculating, “Everybody is frightened to come to the ER.”
Heather Evans, M.D. collaboration with Chelsea Harris, M,D. at the University of Maryland, and Dana Telem, M.D. at the University of Washington that provides a practical framework with visuals for COVID-19 front-line workers decontamination practices was posted on the Annals of Surgery website.
moultrienews.com Trident Technical College’s (TTC) new South Carolina Aeronautical Training Center has not been sitting idle while the college’s campuses are closed to the public. Working alone in an advanced manufacturing
postandcourier.com This past month has been an incredibly difficult time. As an enterprise, the Medical University of South Carolina has been forced to take hard but necessary actions, and it’s a
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Today, we made a huge donation of all our gloves, industrial alcohol, and masks to MUSC. We’re not posting this to show charity, we’re posting this to encourage other businesses that have the means to do so, and haven’t already, to do the same. Our community means everything to us, and will always come before profit. #letsgiveback #helpsavelives #supportourheroes