Our Team

Berry A. Campbell, M.D. 

Berry A. Campbell, M.D.

Berry Campbell, MD, joined the faculty of University of South Carolina School of Medicine in 2015 as the director of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Dr. Campbell completed his medical education at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. After completing his residency and a maternal-fetal medicine fellowship, he served as the director of Genetics and Prenatal Diagnosis and director of Obstetrics Outreach Clinical Services in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Kentucky. He later became the director of Central Kentucky High Risk Obstetrics/Kentucky One High Risk Obstetrics, where he served from 2002-2015. Dr. Campbell's special interests include prenatal genetics and diagnostic testing, as well as management of diabetes in pregnancy.


Donna D. Johnson, M.D.

Dr. Donna Johnson joined MUSC in 1996 as a maternal-fetal medicine specialist in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Johnson did her undergraduate work at Furman University and graduated medical school from MUSC. She completed her residency and her maternal-fetal medicine fellowship at University of California-San Diego. In 2012, she was appointed the Lawrence L. Hester professor and chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Johnson’s interests include placental growth and development, pre-eclampsia and recurrent pregnancy loss.

Rachel Grater, MA

Rachel Grater, MA, MFA

Rachel Grater is a Telehealth Outreach Coordinator for the Center for Telehealth at the Medical University of South Carolina. She earned her BA in Biochemistry at Sonoma State University and completed her MFA at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in 2000. Rachel accomplished her MA in Science Education from New York University in 2006. She currently coordinates several initiatives for MUSC including, Project ECHO Opioid Use Disorders, Project ECHO South Carolina Pregnancy Wellness, and Project ECHO Peer Recovery Specialists. Ms. Grater also works closely with the Women’s Reproductive Behavioral Health Program to increase access to treatment across the state via telehealth and with the Addiction Sciences telehealth Medication Assisted Treatment Program. Prior to joining MUSC, she worked for the New York City Department of Education as a teacher, curriculum developer, new educator-mentor, and coach leading workshops on strategic and pedagogical evidence-based best practices.