MUSC Digestive Disease Research Center
The MUSC Digestive Disease Research Center, located at the Ashley River Tower in downtown Charleston, offers a world-renowned program that provides the infrastructure for methodologically and ethically sound clinical, translational and technology research for GI Medicine and GI Surgery.
Our basic science and biomedical research laboratories (including state-of-the-art facilities to study novel endoscopic and surgical experimental techniques and devices), as well as collaborations with Biometry, Psychiatry, Pathology, Bioengineering and Hollings Cancer Center, greatly expand our research tools. [Read more]
Message from the Director of Clinical Research
Dr. Joseph Romagnuolo
Dir. of Clinical Research
It is a privilege, and indeed a rare thing, to be part of such an experienced, devoted, and passionate center for research. With such a dedicated focus, the MUSC Digestive Disease Research Center has so much to offer the medical, clinical, and overall healthcare fields. With the tools available both professionally and technically, we are able to offer patients the newest and most exciting treatments in the digestive disease arena.
With this website, we offer both patients and industry information about our group, our facility, and general clinical study information, as well as direct our visitors to an extensive list of ongoing research studies available at MUSC. Please do not hesitate to contact either myself (email@example.com) or our Research Program Manager, April Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org), with any questions that you may have or to discuss how we may best serve you and/or your organizational needs.
Joseph Romagnuolo, MD
FRCPC MScEpid FASGE FACG
Director of Clinical Research