Dr. Black is actively involved in and passionate about clinical research. Our team’s goal is to use scientific principles to answer important questions that will improve the care of our current and future patients. Dr. Black has presented her research at various local, regional, and national scientific meetings. Below is a list of publications she has authored.
- Biomechanical Analysis of Retrograde Flexible Intramedullary Nail Constructs in a Simulated Pediatric Femur Fracture Model.
Bland DC, Black SR, Pierce WA, Wimberly RL, Riccio AI.
- Complications After Pelvic Arteriography in Patients With Pelvic Ring Disruptions.
Wiley M, Black SR, Martin C, Barnwell J, Starr A, Sathy A.
- Distal Femoral Valgus and Recurrent Traumatic Patellar Instability: Is an Isolated Varus Producing Distal Femoral Osteotomy a Treatment Option?
Wilson PL, Black SR, Ellis HB, Podeszwa DA.
- Two Techniques for Retrograde Flexible Intramedullary Fixation of Pediatric Femur Fractures: All-Lateral Entry Versus Medial and Lateral Entry Point.
Cage JM, Black SR, Wimberly RL, Cook JB, Gheen WT, Jo C, Riccio AI.
- Flexible Intramedullary Nails for Femur Fractures in Pediatric Patients Heavier Than 100 Pounds.
Shaha J, Cage JM, Black SR, Wimberly RL, Shaha SH, Riccio AI.
- Redefining Optimal Nail to Medullary Canal Diameter Ratio in Stainless Steel Flexible Intramedullary Nailing of Pediatric Femur Fractures.
Shaha JS, Cage JM, Black SR, Wimberly RL, Shaha SH, Riccio AI.
- Toward a More Robust Prediction of Pulmonary Embolism in Trauma Patients: A Risk Assessment Model Based on 38,000 Patients.
Black SR, Howard JT, Chin PC, Starr AJ.
- Lack of Acute Hand Care in the Southwest United States.
Brown TS, Hinojosa LS, Cline KE, Black SR, Jamieson MD, Starr AJ.
- Improved Survival After Pelvic Fracture: 13-Year Experience at a Single Trauma Center Using a Multidisciplinary Institutional Protocol.
Black SR, Sathy AK, Jo C, Wiley MR, Minei JP, Starr AJ.
- Lengthening in Congenital Femoral Deficiency: A Comparison of Circular External Fixation and a Motorized Intramedullary Nail.
Black SR, Kwon MS, Cherkashin AM, Samchukov ML, Birch JG, Jo CH.