2018 SBAS UAB Meeting Highlights
The 28th Annual SBAS Meeting hosted by the University of Alabama at Birmingham makes history again. Learn more about SBAS and find out why it is the nation's premier scientific meeting for academic excellence and mentorship.
Dr. L.D. Britt Elected to National Academy of Medicine
Surgeon L.D. Britt, MD, MPH, was elected to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), becoming the first faculty member from EVMS to receive this distinction — considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.
Navigating Productivity in the time of COVID19
SBAS member Dr. Colin Martin moderates a fantastic virtual panel with leaders in SBAS on managing/navigating priorities and academic productivity in the time of COVID19.
SBAS – The Next Generation of Leaders
An interview with The Next Generation of American Surgical Leaders: A talented cadre of young brilliant surgical scientists, medical students, and undergraduates tell their story and highlight the benefit of the Society of Black Academic Surgeons.
SBAS – Women in Surgery
Leading women in surgery share their experience, expertise, and thoughts on mentorship during the Society of Black Academic Surgeons Annual Meeting.
SBAS 2016 – Surgery Science Mentoring Meeting
Highlights from the 26th Annual Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS) Scientific Meeting. SBAS motivates, mentors and inspires young surgeons and medical students to pursue academic careers. Courtesy of the SBAS Informatics Committee and SBAS Central Office.
SBAS Members and Participants in the Philadelphia Tribune Event Video
The Philadelphia Tribune, the oldest African American newspaper in the country and Teamwork Productions,Inc., headed by veteran television and film producer Bob Lott would like to 'Thank You' for allowing us to cover your 24th Annual meeting and videotaping some of your members.
Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS) Conversation: Drs. Robert Higgins and Edward Cornwell, III
The Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS) motivates, mentors and inspires young surgeons and medical students to pursue academic careers. Robert Higgins, surgeon-in-chief at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Edward Cornwell, III, surgeon-in-chief at Howard University.