The Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS) motivates, mentors, and inspires surgeons and medical students to pursue academic careers and make significant contributions to the advancement of the field of surgery. As a Surgeon member of SBAS, you will receive access to a wide variety of benefits to enhance your professional growth and experience. Here are some highlights of what a SBAS Resident membership has to offer you … Read More »

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Current Opportunities

Cancer Center Director

Academic Cardiac Surgeon

Medical Director, Trauma Services

Basic Science Research – Esophageal Diseases and Barrett’s Esophagus

Basic Science Research – Metabolic Syndrome and Metabolic Surgery

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Trauma & Critical Care Surgeon

Vascular Surgery Chief

Surgical Oncologist

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Assistant Professor: Section of General Surgery, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care

Assistant/Associate Professor: General Surgery, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care

Assistant Professor, Section of General Surgery, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care

Academic Trauma and Critical Care Surgeon

Transplant Surgeon

Surgical Oncology/Endocrine Surgeon

Trauma/Emergency General Surgeon

Colorectal Surgeon

General Orthopedic Surgeon

Section Chief and Burn Center Director

Academic Burn Surgeon

Bariatric & Minimally Invasive Surgeon

Congenital Heart Surgeon

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of General Surgery Bariatrics

Vascular Surgeon

Pediatric Otolaryngologist

Surgical Director of Liver Transplantation

Pediatric Surgeon

Chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery

Section Chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery

Section Head, Acute Care Surgery

Colon and Rectal Surgeon

Colon and Rectal Surgeon

GI Foregut Surgeon, Assistant Professor

Urologist Specializing in Oncology

Chief, Section of Benign Urology

Plastic Surgeon

Lung Transplant Surgeon

General Thoracic Surgeon

University of California, Davis, Department of Surgery – Metabolomic Obesity Researcher