Sade Bell

Current Role: Resident Physician, General Surgery, University of Minnesota


Sade was a biology major and pre-medical student. At Emory, Sade served as the vice president of the Georgia Beta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Health Honor Society, among other leadership roles. In her spare time, Sade enjoys traveling, socializing with friends and volunteering. Sade career goals include working on a preventative healthcare policy and serving as Dean of Medicine at a prestigious institute. 

During SUMR, Sade worked with Jasmine McDonald, PhD and Cara Zayac on the "Enhancing Genetic Literacy in African-Americans" project. Sade also worked with Ebbing Lautenbach, MD, MPH, MSCE and Dr. Pam Tolomeo on their project "The Longitudinal Dynamics of MRSA Colonization and Infection and Prevention". From her SUMR experience, Sade gained an understanding and experience in epidemiology research, both in the field and in bench work.