Letitia Bible, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Letitia Bible, MD

Academic / Professional Bio: 

Letitia Bible, MD is a clinical assistant professor with the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, Burns, and Emergency Surgery.

Dr. Bible obtained her bachelors at Florida State University and earned her medical degree from the University of Miami. She proceeded to complete her residency training in general surgery at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark, NJ, which included a two-year research fellowship studying the effects of stress, injury, and hemorrhagic shock on bone marrow function. Dr. Bible joins the UA from the University of Pittsburgh, where she completed her fellowship in surgical critical care and acute care surgery.

Dr. Bible’s academic and research interests include the sequelae of chronic stress, bone marrow function, delirium, and post-intensive care unit syndrome.

MD: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, 2010
Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School, General Surgery, 2012-2017
Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School, General Surgery, 2010-2012
University of Pittsburgh, Critical & Acute Care Surgery, 2017-2019
Board Certifications: 
Basic Life Support, 2018
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, 2018