Stephen H. Gray, MD, MSPH

gray Stephen H. Gray, MD, MSPH
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Liver Transplant and Hepatobiliary Surgery

Lyons-Harrison Research Building, 722
1720 2nd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35294

Phone: 205-934-7714
Fax: 205-996-9037

Board Certification  

Board Certification in General Surgery

Education

BS, Biology, Oakwood College, Hunstville, Al
MD, University of Michigan Medical School
MSPH, Outcomes Research, UAB School of Public Health
General Surgery Residency, UAB Department of Surgery

 

Society Memberships

American College of Surgeons
American Society of Transplant Surgeons
American Society of Transplantation
Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association
International Pediatric Transplant Association
Medical Association of the State of Alabama

 

Awards and Honors

2006 Claude Organ Award, Society of Black Academic Surgeons
2006 Best Resident Clinical Paper Award, Association of VA Surgeons
2006 Best Resident Paper for Clinical Research, UAB Resident Research Day
2006      Resident Poster Award, Frederick A. Coller Surgical Society
2007 Best Resident Paper for Clinical Research, UAB Resident Research Day
2008 Gold Medal Forum Paper, Southeastern Surgical Congress

 

Selected Publications

Hawn MT, Gray SH, Snyder CW, Graham LA, Finan KR, Vick CC. Predictors of mesh explantation after incisional hernia repair. AmJ Surg 2011 Jul;202(1):28-33.

Altom LK, Snyder CW, Gray SH, Graham LA, Vick CC, Hawn MT. Outcomes of emergent incisional hernia repair. Am Surg 2011 Aug; 77(8): 971-976.

Porterfield JR Jr, Altom LK, Graham LA, Gray SH, Urist MM, Hawn MT. Descriptive operative reports: teaching, learning, and milestones to safe surgery. J Surg Educ 2011 Nov; 68(6): 452-458.

Snyder CW, Graham LA, Vick CC, Gray SH, Finan KR, Hawn MT. Patient satisfaction, chronic pain, and quality of life after elective incisional hernia repair: effects of recurrence and repair technique. Hernia. 2011, 15(2):123-129.

Kennedy C, Redden D, Gray S, et al. Equivalent survival following liver transplantation in patients with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis compared with patients with other liver diseases. HPB (Oxford). 2012;14(9):625–634.

Dubay D, Redden D, Haque A, Gray S, et al. Is Decedent Race an Independent Predictor of Organ Donor Consent or Merely a Surrogate Marker of Socioeconomic Status? Transplantation 2012 Oct 27; 94(8)873-8.