Neurociences

Neurosciences

Neurosciences News and Events

Keyword: brain cancer

The work of MUSC's Neuro-Oncology research and clinical teams was featured on the cover of the August Journal of Neuro-Oncology for their work in discovering the first direct evidence that the compound DATS, found in garlic, is effective in blocking pathways of the proliferation of cancer cells and ultimately may help reduce tumor growth in patients with glioblastoma, the most lethal brain tumor.

To learn more about this exciting research, please visit the MUSC Newsroom for a full article.

Brain Tumor Benefit Concert with Silent Auction-  Hosted by the MUSC Brain & Spine Tumor Program  

When: Saturday, May 18th, 2013 starting at 7pm  -  Auction winners to be announced at 9:00pm

Where: Castaways Grille, James Island (1291 Folly Road, Charleston, SC 29412)Brain and Spine Tumor Concert
     
An evening of music and fun benefiting MUSC brain tumor research. Very special thanks to our bands Rawberry Jam, Saul Brooks, and Eddie Bush & The Mayhem for volunteering their time and talents! There will also be drawings, a silent auction and more!

You can also help support brain tumor research by purchasing one of our unique “Brain Tumors Bite” T-shirts at this event. Benefit Concert Tickets are only $10, and can be purchased on the day of the event or in advance on Etix.

May is the official month of brain tumor awareness and the MUSC Brain and Spine Tumor Program officially kicked off their month long series of events with a health fair on Monday, April 30th.  Charleston Mayor Joe Riley, Mount Pleasant Mayor Billy Swails and MUSC President Dr. Ray Greenberg officially launched the events with a ribbon cutting ceremony in the MUSC horseshoe.  Following the ribbon cutting, participants were encouraged to visit with vendors set up in the horseshow, test their aim in a pie throwing contest or just sit back and enjoy the music provided live by local band, The 3 Dudes.  Check out photos from the event on the MUSC Neurosciences Facebook page.

Additional events planned for May 2012 include:

 
 
 

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