Research in the College of Health Professions


awarded in grant funding for FY23

No. 3

in NIH rankings for Schools of Allied Health Professions


Grant Awards


of awards are from federal sources

The MUSC College of Health Professions is committed to advancing the science of health care and improving evidence-based care through research. As a leader in the field of neurological and stroke rehabilitation, our multi-disciplinary research portfolio encompasses occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology. Additionally, our researchers are committed to improving health care access, delivery, outcomes, and more through health services research. Our federally-funded research centers gather and share data, develop new techniques, train and fund investigators, and improve lives by creating better rehabilitation outcomes for people with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and other conditions.

Survivor & Caregiver Resources

The Stroke Recovery Research Center (SRRC) presents a collection of resources to help stroke survivors and caregivers find support and navigate rehabilitation and recovery.

Grant Funding

The college has several federally-funded research centers that award pilot project grants and other research funding.