Maternal Fetal Medicine Faculty
Dr. Eugene Chang serves as Fellowship Director. He joined our full time faculty in July 2005 after completing his MFM fellowship here at MUSC. His primary interests are in preeclampsia and chorioamnionitis. Dr. Chang is the co-principal investigator on a NIH-RO1 grant investigating the use of N-Acetylcystiene to improve newborn outcome in pregnancies complicated by chorioamnionitis. Dr. Chang is also our Director of Ultrasonography at the Prenatal Wellness Center and is the department's liaison to the Simulation Center.
|Jill G. Mauldin, M.D.|
Dr. Jill Mauldin serves as the Medical Director of the Women’s Care Service Line. She completed her Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship at MUSC in 1998 and remains on faculty. Her special interests include diabetes and other medical complications of pregnancy, multiple gestations, intrauterine fetal growth abnormalities, preterm birth prevention, vaginal birth after cesarean section and health quality of care indicators. Dr. Mauldin is nationally certified in electronic fetal monitoring and is a member of the Electronic Fetal Monitoring team for the National Certification Corporation. She has been instrumental in developing our Electronic Medical Record.
Dr. Julio F. Mateus Nino serves as the Medical Director of Labor and Delivery. He joined our faculty in 2014. He received his M.D. from Pontifica Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia. After medical school, Dr. Mateus Nino completed two Obstetrics and Gynecology residencies the first at Pontifica Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, Colombia and the other at Abington Memorial Hospital in Abington, Pennsylvania. He completed a fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine and received his Ph.D. in Clinical Sciences Investigation at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. His special interest include preeclampsia, fetal vascular programming, preterm labor, diabetes, maternal cardiac disease, multiple gestations, obesity, autoimmune diseases, intrauterine fetal growth abnormalities, trial of labor after cesarean delivery, prenatal diagnosis, congenital fetal anomalies, placenta previa and accreta, and management of intrapartum and postpartum complications.
|Roger B. Newman, M.D.|
Dr. Newman serves as the Director of Women's Health Research. He completed a fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and has been on the faculty at MUSC since 1986. His interests are multiple gestations, preterm birth prevention, ultrasound, and intrapartum fetal assessment. Dr. Newman is the MUSC center PI for the NIH-NICHD sponsored National Fetal Growth study and the National Twin Study. Dr. Newman also serves as the Vice Chairman for Academic Affairs and Women’s Health Research in the Department and recently served on the Board and as the President of the Society for Maternal and Fetal Medicine.
|Charles S. Rittenberg, M.D.|
Dr. Charles Rittenberg did both residency training and fellowship here at MUSC. Dr. Rittenberg's clinical and research interests involve preterm birth prevention, multiple gestations and progesterone therapy. He is the co-director of the 3rd year core rotation and also a liaison to the South Carolina March of Dimes.
Dr. Scott Sullivan joined our faculty after completing his fellowship with us in 2006. Dr. Sullivan is interested in prematurity prevention, obstetrical surgical technique, and the evaluation of health disparities and health quality indicators. Dr. Sullivan was the PI of a landmark study comparing cesarean antibiotic prophylaxis at cord clamping versus prior to skin incision. Dr. Sullivan is the division director of Maternal Fetal Medicine.