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Inequities in a Pandemic: Unique Survey Aims to Discover Healthcare Disparities and Vaccine Attitudes Among Populations Most Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The SC CTSI's Community Engagement Team Launches Online COVID-19 Educational Workshop to Support LA's Latinx Communities

The workshop series delivers accurate and culturally tailored information to help members of the Latinx community protect themselves and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Diabetes "Hot Foot Line" Team Completes Clinical Study Showing Dramatic Success in Preventing Amputations in Patients with Foot Ulcers

The team will now advance its research through a five-year NIH grant to develop more advanced methods of treatment and care to help diabetes patients maintain their limbs and their health.

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Harnessing Little Networks: One Research Team’s Quest to Analyze the Social Networks of Small Groups

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Stress in the ER: How Researchers are Using Wearable Tech to Study Doctors in Action

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SC CTSI Alum Brian Lee, MD Ph.D, is Awarded NIH K23 Career Development Grant to Continue Research into Brain-Computer Interface Technologies

Lee, a neurosurgeon, has been pioneering development of implantable devices to restore motor and sensory function for patients with paralysis and other neurological disorders.

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Keck School of Medicine and SC CTSI give back to community during COVID-19

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Funding the Future: SC CTSI Grant Supports Student Research on Critical Topics in Translational Science

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