Fall 2017 JSNMA Issue: Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine Highlights

On behalf of the SNMA Publications Committee, it is my upmost pleasure to present to you the Fall 2017 JSNMA Issue: Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine. This is the first of our quarterly publications since my appointment as Editor-in-Chief, and I am truly humbled by this opportunity to feature the courageous voices of our SNMA […]

Fall 2017 Issue of the JSNMA, Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine

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Your Story Matters: Dr. David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D. FAAFP, FACPM, FACP

  David Satcher, MD, PhD is Founding Director and Senior Advisor of The Satcher Health Leadership Institute which was established in 2006 at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. The mission of the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at the Morehouse School of Medicine is to develop a diverse group of exceptional health leaders, advance […]

Your Story Matters: Dr. Kyron Tamar, MD, FACS

Dr. Kyron C. Tamar, who grew up in Hempstead, N.Y., is a board certified General Surgeon at Franklin Medical Center, in Louisburg, N.C. His fascination for the Medical field was sparked when, in 1969, at age 19, he was hired as an operating room scrub tech, during a summer break from Lincoln University, Pa. After that first summer, Dr. Tamar […]

Your Story Matters: Dr. John Ogunlade, DO

John was born and raised in a middle-class home in Miami Florida, the third and youngest child of Michaelas (mother) and Yomi (father) Ogunlade. Along with his older siblings, Elizabeth and Michael, they were the first generation of his Nigerian rooted family to be born and raised here in the United States. Both his parents […]

Your Story Matters: Dr. David Malebranche, MD, MPH

Dr. David Malebranche was born in a mid-sized upstate New York town called Schenectady. The son of a Haitian father who came to the United States in the early 1960s, and a 2nd generation Ukrainian mother who hailed from Granville, New York, he attended Catholic grade schools and high schools in Schenectady with his sister, […]