Katherine Silver, M.D., MSCR

Katherine Culp Silver M.D., MSCR
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Degree M.D., MSCR
School Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina College of Graduate Studies
Residency
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham
Fellowship
  • Medical University of South Carolina
Specialties
  • Rheumatology & Immunology
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New Patients

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Returning Patients

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Locations

West Ashley Medical Pavilion
2125 Charlie Hall Boulevard
Charleston, SC 29414
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Rutledge Tower
135 Rutledge Avenue
Charleston, SC 29425
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Biography

Dr. Katherine Silver specializes in the fields of adult and pediatric rheumatology. She attended medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina and graduated in 2009. She went on to complete residencies in both internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In 2013, she returned to MUSC for additional training in rheumatology. Dr. Silver completed a combined fellowship in adult and pediatric rheumatology in 2017. During this time, she also obtained a masters degree in the area of clinical research. After completing her training, she joined the faculty at MUSC.

Dr. Silver’s clinical interests include scleroderma and connective tissue diseases, juvenile scleroderma, and juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Scleroderma is a rare and often poorly understood disease. Dr. Silver is passionate about providing comprehensive care to patients with this condition as well as having the opportunity to participate in clinical research in an effort to learn more about this disease.

Another one of Dr. Silver’s interests is transition medicine. Being trained in both adult and pediatric rheumatology, she is uniquely suited to help young adults with rheumatologic conditions transition from the world of pediatric rheumatology to that of adult rheumatology.