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Wearing a mask and hair covering, Paulette Headden works with a tiny baby in the NICU

Nurse of the Year

May 13, 2019

Paulette Headden has spent 32 years in the neonatal intensive care unit and wouldn’t work anywhere else.

Commencement Speaker

May 03, 2019

Caroline DeLongchamps, a patient advocate and manager of MUSC Health Patient- and Family-Centered Care program, will address MUSC’s 2019 graduating class.

Fight or Flight

April 22, 2019

MUSC's MEDUCARE Team works in an environment where time is of the essence and human life is the currency.

Safe Sleep

April 17, 2019

At one day old, Henry Morris sleeps soundly on his back in MUSC Children’s Hospital, swaddled in a green blanket. That’s no accident.

Laura Carpenter crouches down holding a bubble-blower for a six year old boy with autism.

Autism Research

April 15, 2019

During this Autism Awareness Month, take a look at some of the autism initiatives underway at MUSC.

Heart Help

April 12, 2019

MUSC Health becomes one of first centers in Southeast to offer new procedure to help kids with congestive heart failure.

group photo of Vanessa and Miguel Mata and their three boys

'SPARK'ing Knowledge

April 11, 2019

Autism shows up differently in the Matas' three boys. Their curiosity about the reason for that is why they signed up for the SPARK study.

MUSC researcher Dr. Kyu-Ho Lee in his laboratory

Understanding Heart Defects

April 10, 2019

Heart abnormalities are at once the most common and most deadly type of birth defect in the U.S.

Fragile X-pert

April 10, 2019

“There really weren’t any red flags.” A mother’s story makes the importance of neurodevelopmental research hit home at an MUSC conference.

Trauma Teamwork

April 09, 2019

The pediatric trauma center at MUSC Children’s Health becomes first in state to earn Level 1 verification from American College of Surgeons.

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