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Join Jesse Goodwin, Chief Innovation Officer at MUSC, on the “Innovatively Speaking” podcast, where she dives into the origins of the next big things! We will explore the who, why and how of ideas that are changing what is possible at MUSC and, in some cases, across the world! Subscribe through your favorite podcast app and listen to conversations with expert guests whose groundbreaking ideas and technology are reshaping life and healthcare in exceptional ways!

Episode One: Tackling Postpartum Depression and Anxiety with Connie Guille, MD

Our innovation team sits down with Connie Guille, MD, director of the Division of Women’s Reproductive and Behavioral Health (WRBH) at MUSC and associate professor in the departments of Psychiatry and Health and Behavioral Sciences and Obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Guille discusses his innovative new screening process, “Listening to Women,” which is being adopted in OBGYN care nationwide as well as postpartum depression and anxiety.

Episode 2: Astronauts, Anxiety and Travel to Landmarks with Mark George, MD

Hear from Dr. Mark George, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at MUSC and a pioneer in the field of brain stimulation and treatments! Dr. George discusses the treatment of depression, OCD, PTSD and more through the use of magnets (transcranial magnetic stimulation) as well as the possibility of treating NASA astronauts suffering from depression on the way to March !

Episode 3: The Most Common Illness You’ve Never Heard Of with Chip Norris, Ph.D., and Cortney Gensemer, Ph.D.

Joining the show are Dr. Chip Norris and Dr. Cortney Gensemer, both of MUSC’s internationally renowned Norris Laboratory, to discuss some misunderstandings about Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS). EDS is believed to be the most common disease you’ve never heard of, affecting almost 1 in 300 people. Norris and Gensemer show how learning about the condition could help parents deal with the constant pain at which their children may face.

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