Articles

Unique NIH grant enables UAB to pursue underdeveloped area of science
UAB received a $10 million, five-year U19 grant to explore adaptive immunity that may improve the protective effects of vaccination.


BuzzFeed Community March 10, 2014
50 Things You Simply Must Do In Birmingham

National Geographic
August/September 2014 Issue
Steel Magnolia

Thrillist Article- 7/6/2014
Every State In The USA, Ranked By Its Food/Drink 

Looking for Apartment Rentals in Birmingham

NY Times Article - 6/9/13
Once Dying, Birmingham is Suddenly Hot

Chicago Tribune Article - May 28, 2013
New Birmingham ballpark boosts Sox's Birmingham team


US-Travel Reuters Article
Travel Postcard: 48 Hours in Birmingham, Alabama - May 31, 2013

Frequently Asked Questions


What are the minimum requirements for GRE and TOEFL?
We recommend that all students score at least 1100 on the GRE. Revised GRE scores should be ≥50% on each verbal and quantitative. International students are requested to score at least 100 (iBT), 250 (computer-based), or 600 (paper-based) on the TOEFL.

What is the deadline for international applications

Applications must be complete with all corresponding documents received by January 15th.

How many international students are accepted each year

International student applications are reviewed the same as domestic applications. The number of international students admitted may change from year to year. We estimate admitting 1-2 per year.

Where do I send official copies of my transcript(s)?

Please send one copy to:

UAB Graduate School
LHL G03
1720 2nd Avenue S.
Birmingham, AL  35294-0013

I am interested in immune responses to pathogens. Is it possible to arrange this kind of study?
Most definitely; our programs are very flexible. You can take combined coursework in Microbiology and Immunology themes and several of our mentors are experts in this area.

Can I apply to more than one theme?
Yes, once you start the application process you should see a selection for Multiple Theme choices.  Remember though, the themes are not rigid structures (see previous question) and you can take courses, journal clubs, etc. that interest you and that you and your mentor feel are important for your research. Since there is a common GBS admissions committee, applying to more than one theme does not increase your chances of being accepted.