• TACHL is a South Carolina Health Sciences Center of Economic Excellence
  • It was launched in 2010 in the College of Nursing at MUSC with the recruitment of Dr. Frank Treiber as its Founding Director
  • We have a long history of partnership with technology-based teams and innovation leaders across campus and across South Carolina
  • TACHL provides consultation and mentorship relating to the development, evaluation, and commercialization of health technology solutions for individuals, worksites, community groups, and health care provider networks through multi-institutional collaborations
    • Career development awards (e.g., NIH Ks) to trainees and junior investigators
    • Research grants (e.g., NIH R-series, DoD, VA)
    • Services grants and foundation awards (e.g., FEMA, Duke Endowment)
    • Liaison to innovation teams (e.g., telehealth, development teams, tech transfer office)
  • Mission:¬†Improve population health through technology
  • Purpose: Improve access and quality of evidence-based care by developing, testing, and disseminating health technology innovations that foster health promotion, disease prevention, and health care management