Announcements

Congratulations to Rachel Brewer, 6th year PBMM student, for receiving a fellowship to attend the 5th Annual Short Course on Statistical Genetics and Genomics, a program sponsored by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).

Jermaine Johnston, third-year PBMM student in the lab of Dr. David Pollock in the Division of Nephrology, receives an American Heart Association pre-doctoral fellowship. Congratulations, Jermaine!

Congratulations to PBMM Student of the Year for 2015, Philip Kramer, who was recently recognized by the UAB Graduate School.

Congratulations to Ijeoma Obi for receiving a 2015-2016 American Physiological Society Porter Predoctoral Fellowship! Ijeoma conducts research with Dr. Jennifer Pollock in the Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology.

Welcome

logo_pbmm_e_revisedWelcome to the Pathobiology & Molecular Medicine (PBMM) Graduate Theme at UAB and the exciting field of translational research. PBMM is designed to give students the very best multidisciplinary training within the emerging and exciting field of molecular medicine.  The main objective of the theme is to expose students to a diverse faculty with research interests that range from molecules - to whole organisms - to disease processes - to new therapies.  Our premise is that students, when trained in basic principles of molecular and cellular biology, in addition to organ-based physiology, pharmacology, toxicologypathology, and environmental health sciences will be prepared to study biological processes at any level of organization.  The important biomedical issues of today are sufficiently complex that the successful investigator must be able to tackle these issues using integrated, multi-faceted approaches. 



Congratulations to the incoming PBMM Scholars!
Mohammad Abdelgawwad, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Samantha Lear, University of Toledo
Xi Lou, Henan University College of Medicine
Kellie Regal, Lipscomb University
Shijie Wang, University of Illinois at Chicago
Shannon Weeks, Eckerd College

PBMM recognizes students who presented at Experimental Biology, March 28-April 1, 2015 in Boston, MA. 

AmberGuidryEB2015Amber Guidry, 5th year PBMM student, presents on her work in Dr. Charles Falany's lab.