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Student Research Publications

University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville students are actively engaged in research and often publish with their faculty mentors.

Recent Publications

Here are several research titles that were authored by UofSC School of Medicine Greenville students with the support of their faculty mentors and published in scholarly journals. You can see the full author list and find more resources for our current students by going inside My UofSC SOMG.

  • Apoptotic qPCR gene expression array analysis demonstrates proof-of-concept for rapid blastocoel fluid-conditioned media molecular prediction.
  • Galectin-9 recognizes and exhibits antimicrobial activity toward microbes expressing blood group-like antigens.
  • A Student Survey: Influence of Emergency Medical Technician Training on Student's Application, Matriculation, and Transition into Medical School.
  • Middle Mesenteric Artery with Intestinal Malrotation.
  • A structured approach to Shared Decision Making training and assessment of knowledge, attitudes and perception of second year medical students.
  • The effect of COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home orders on sleep deprivation in medical students: a retrospective study.
  • Sex Differences in Demographic and Pharmacological Factors in Alzheimer Patients With Dementia and Cognitive Impairments.
  • Gender disparity in a cohort of stroke patients with incidence of obstructive sleep apnea
  • Comparison of RNA content from hydrophobic interaction chromatography-isolated seminal plasma exosomes from intrauterine insemination (IUI) pregnancies.
  • Attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of religiosity, spirituality, and cultural competence in the medical profession: A cross-sectional survey study.
  • Immunomodulatory regulation by heat-labile enterotoxins and potential therapeutic applications.
  • Implementation of iPads to Increase Compliance With Delivery of New Parent Education in the Mother-Baby Unit: Retrospective Study.
  • Increased Circulating Levels of Galectin Proteins in Patients with Breast, Colon, and Lung Cancer.
  • Exercise Counseling in Pregnancy: Do Women Perceive Receiving the Information They Need?

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