chef Antonio L. Robinson, right, selects fruits and vegetables
from Larry Creel's Farm at the Hollings Cancer Center's (HCC) farmers
market. The market is held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Thursday in the
Pearlstine Garden at HCC.
Michael Caplan, M.D., associate professor, rejoined the Department of
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine after two years in a private practice
in Michigan. Caplan is board-certified in anatomic and clinical
pathology and subspecialty boarded in forensic pathology and pediatric
G. Donald Frey
G. Donald Frey, Ph.D., professor of radiology, has been appointed as
the American Board of Radiology's (ABR)new associate executive director
for medical physics. Additional duties at MUSC include service on the
radiation control council and the university safety committee.
Established in 1934, ABR serves patients, the public, and the medical
profession by certifying that its diplomates have demonstrated a
requisite standard of skill and understanding essential to the practice
of diagnostic radiology, radiation oncology and radiologic physics.
Ana Marie Medina, M.D., joined the Department of Pathology and
Laboratory Medicine as an assistant professor. Medina is
board-certified by the American Board of Pathology in anatomic and
clinical pathology and subspecialty boarded in cytopathology and
Nursing Dean Gail Stuart, Ph.D., R.N., was selected to participate as a
member of the newly established Measure Applications Partnership (MAP).
MAP is a public-private partnership convened by the National Quality
Forum for the purpose of providing input to the Department of Health
and Human Services on the selection of performance measures for public
reporting and performance-based payment programs.
Julie Woolworth, Ph.D., joined the clinical
pathology faculty. Woolworth is a graduate of Albion College and
received her doctorate in cancer biology at MUSC where she served as a
post-doctoral fellow under Omar Moussa, Ph.D. She also is a research
instructor assisting Rick Nolte, Ph.D.
The MUSC Faculty Senate and the Office of the Provost will sponsor the
MUSC Faculty Orientation beginning at noon, Aug. 9 in Room A 204,
College of Health Professions.
MUSC Transplant Center and Audio Warehouse will present the children's
movie, "Rio," at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 9 in the Basic Science Building
Auditorium. To make reservations, call Sara Stello at 792-8525.
In observance of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, MUSC will commemorate
the events that took place in New York, Pennsylvania and the Pentagon.
As part of the commemoration, employees and students are invited to
submit stories of strength and hope, thoughts or reflections of 9/11.
Comments may be submitted online at
deadline is Aug. 19. Selected comments will be published in
a printed program provided during the service at St. Luke's Chapel. The
service will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 9. The chapel will be
open for a time of reflection with music provided by harpist Susie
Hyman, and a series of framed pictures with photographs of those who
perished on 9/11 will be on display. Also, a short non-denominational
service, led by Chaplain Terry Wilson, will be held from 12:15 to 12:30
MUSC's Department of
Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery has collaborated with the Spa at
Charleston Place in a melanoma awareness campaign. Visit http://www.youtube.com/user/CharlestonPlaceHotel?ob=5.