Medication Safety and Efficacy Center of Economic Excellence Endowed Chair

Dr. Charles Bennett
SmartState Endowed Chair 
in Medication Safety and Efficacy 
University of South Carolina

The South Carolina College of
Pharmacy (SCCP) was formed in 2004
through the integration of the
Colleges of Pharmacy at the Medical
University of South Carolina (MUSC)
and the University of South Carolina.
This statewide education, research,
and service institution integrates the
resources of these two universities as
well as the Greenville Hospital
System Clinical University to achieve
maximum results. More>

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Medication Safety and Efficacy

Center of Economic Excellence

Inception

2008

Award Amount

$2 million

Extramural Research Funding

$1.9 million

University Partner

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
University of South Carolina

Private Sector Partner

Health Sciences South Carolina

The Medication Safety and Efficacy Center focuses on increasing drug safety and effectiveness, as well as decreasing medication errors by identifying the incidence and significance of adverse drug events that occur with prescription and non-prescription drugs. This data will be provided to hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, and governmental agencies such as Medicaid and Medicare for use in epidemiological and economic studies and will help lead to fewer drug injuries and improved drug effectiveness. 

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