At the Medical University of South Carolina, donated bodies are used for teaching students in various health programs such as medicine, dentistry, and allied health, as well as some advanced studies in later years of training and residency.
The MUSC Anatomical Gift Program is conducted according to the Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act adopted by the South Carolina General Assembly on May 6, 2009, to enable individuals to donate their bodies to medical science.
The Medical University of South Carolina graciously acknowledges your interest in our Anatomical Gift Program. The homepage at the link above contains information about the Program, including how to become a donor, how to contact the Program, and a link to a page where you may download the needed forms.
Medical University of South Carolina Anatomical Gift Program is a body donation organization based in Charleston, South Carolina.Donating your body to science for medical research, training, or special needs like forensic testing is one of the most meaningful and cost-effective after-death funeral options a person can choose. You should take care in evaluating all of your body donation options, and when possible, pre-enrolling in one. Always make a back-up plan, though, since sometimes bodies aren't accepted and you and your family will need to know how to proceed with your death-care.