To be held on April 24–26, 2014 at the Four Seasons in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, hosted by Temple University Health System. We look forward to your contributions in basic science and clinical research. Register Today »
The Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS) was founded in 1989 against the backdrop of a paucity of African-American surgeons in academic medicine and the absence of an organized network of African-American surgeons to stimulate, mentor and inspire young surgeons and medical students to pursue academic careers. The Society’s annual meeting is designed to stimulate academic excellence among its members by providing a forum of scholarship in collaboration with the leading Departments of Surgery in the United States.
SBAS is governed by an eight-member executive Committee and has more than 200 members throughout the U.S. All surgical faculty are eligible for full membership. Surgical residents are encouraged to join as associate members. American Journal of Surgery is the official publication of SBAS.
Visit the link above for fast and secure online registration. Please note: After April 10, 2014 rates increase to $300 for SBAS Members, $450 for Non-Members, $200 for Guests of SBAS Members.
Visit the link above for fast and secure online renewal.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Surgery, Announces that applications are being accepted for Research Training Fellowships for the Academic Year 2014–2015. Available July 1, 2014 – For more information please download the T-32 Flier below: …
Please use the link above to secure your hotel reservations for the upcoming SBAS meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
We look forward to seeing all of you at the next SBAS meeting hosted by Temple University School of Medicine & the University of Pennsylvania Department of Surgery.
Last year’s agenda for the 23d Annual Scientific Assembly of The Society of Black Academic Surgeons is available for download from the link above.