Join the nation's oldest and largest student organization, focused on the health needs and concerns of minority communities. Our membrship includes Native Americans, Africans, West Indians, Latin Americans, Asians, Middle Easterners and Caucasians, all of whom bring a global perspective to education and health care issues that the organization addresses.
The Lawrence Zollicoffer Symposium Fundraiser
The Zollicoffer Lectureship was established in 1981 by members of the UNC chapter of the Student National Medical Association with the support of the Dean of the School of Medicine. It was named in honor of Lawrence Zollicoffer, M.D. (1930-1976), the fourth African American graduate of the UNC School of Medicine and founder of the Garwyn Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore community recognized Dr. Zollicoffer as a supporter and activist in the struggle for civil and human rights. Throughout his life, he exemplified qualities which students admire and hope to emulate as future physicians. Your contributions have already made an indelible mark on the lives of those we contact through our many programs and activities.
SNMA Fall Affair
SNMA’s Fall Affair was held on Friday, November 16, 2012 at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center at 7:00pm. Our speaker was UNC alumnus Dr. Kevin Thomas who delivered a talk entitled "Racial Disparities/Differences in Therapies for Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Time for Action ."