Dr. Sinai Zyblewski graduated from Brown University in 1996 and completed medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina in 2002. She also completed her general pediatric residency, pediatric cardiology fellowship training, and Master's of Science in Clinical Research at MUSC. She joined the MUSC faculty in 2009 as a pediatric cardiac intensivist and fetal cardiologist.
Since joining the MUSC faculty, Dr. Zyblewski has led the single ventricle interstage monitoring program and the cardiac neurodevelopmental program. Dr. Zyblewski is also the director of the fetal cardiology program and the associate director of the pediatric cardiology fellowship training program.
Dr. Zyblewski’s research interests include feeding, growth, and neurodevelopmental outcomes in the single ventricle population. She was awarded an SCTR KL2 award to study perioperative intestinal barrier function in neonates requiring cardiac surgery and was the co-PI (with Dr. Kelley Argraves) on an NIH-NHLBI R21 award to study endothelial barrier function in children undergoing the Fontan operation. Additionally, she is an active committee member of the Pediatric Heart Network and National Pediatric Cardiology Quality Improvement Collaborative.