Clemson University has partnered with MUSC and its Hollings Cancer Center to raise $1.5 million toward life-saving cancer research through its fall LOWVELO campaign. LOWVELO is an outdoor bike ride of varying distances around the Lowcountry planned for fall 2019 that raises money for life-saving cancer research.
LOWVELO’s objective is to become the leading grassroots organization funding cancer research in the state of South Carolina. One hundred percent of every rider-raised dollar will go directly to life-saving cancer research at the Hollings Cancer Center at MUSC.
Are you interested in participating in the bike ride?
Main campus gatherings planned for April 9 and 10 will inform faculty, staff and students about how to participate in the bike ride. Learn more during one of the LOWVELO rallies:
Are you interest in applying for research dollars?
The Hollings Cancer Center-MUSC seeks to fund Clemson research seed grants and fellowships with the money that is raised from LOWVELO. Clemson personnel are eligible for IDEA awards, TEAM science awards, pre-clinical and clinical awards, and graduate student and postdoctoral fellowship awards. Attend one of the sessions below to learn more: