College of Nursing instructor Eboni Harris is improving life for countless South Carolinians. Not only is she teaching the next generation of nurses, she’s also an award-winning Ph.D. student helping African-American women live healthier lives.
Impacting the health of entire populations
As part of the Clinical Exercise Research Center, researcher George Grieve is on the front line of the fight against obesity. His research reveals how the body can burn calories more efficiently with certain types of exercise.
Learning that advances life for one and all
As a future biomedical engineer, Shelby Chastain may use her degree to study how disease affects the body’s tissues. Or maybe she’ll design a revolutionary prosthesis. With her hands-on education at USC, the possibilities are endless.
Finding huge breakthroughs in tiny places
In the Small-Angle X-ray Scattering lab, Kayla Lantz and Amrita Sarkar collect nanostructure measurements in minutes — a process that once took 10 hours. This kind of revolutionary technology is an everyday part of the Carolina experience.