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Tiger Tuesday celebrates Clemson-GHS collaboration

GHS-Clemson collaborationClemson and Greenville Healthcare System’s (GHS) celebrated its growing research and education partnership on Tuesday, March 24, encouraging people to get involved. Today, a growing number of researchers are active in this collaboration.

Tiger paw badge holders and information about the research opportunities and special programs offered through the Clemson-GHS collaboration were shared with Clemson employees, alumni and fans at each of the GHS campuses.

Clemson brings to the table a host of research capabilities, while GHS offers students and researchers the clinical opportunities and partnerships they need to put ideas into action.

“We’re better together,” says Windsor Sherrill, chief science officer at GHS and Clemson associate vice president for health research.

Clemson and GHS entered into a partnership in June 2013 to establish a healthcare research powerhouse that will fuel growth in medical research and GHS-Clemson collaboration2breakthroughs; create opportunities for faculty, physicians and students; and accelerate the flow of research funding into the Upstate. Under the landmark agreement, both organizations work to leverage existing research and educational expertise at Clemson, a top-20 national public university, with the clinical opportunities offered by GHS, one of the largest healthcare systems in the Southeast.

To learn more, contact:

Janet Evatt
Clemson University School of Health Research
406 Edwards Hall