Session 1 – Arts and Humanities
3rd Place – Art History – Jamie Boullt
2nd Place – History – James Hurst
1st Place – English Literature – Anne Bégin Myer

Session 2 – Science and Engineering
3rd Place – Biology – Steve Padgett-Vasquez
2nd Place – Biomedical Engineering – Adinarayana Andukuri
1st Place – Public Health – Taylor Poston

Session 3 – Mathematics and Computer & Information Sciences
2nd Place – Computer & Information Science – Liping Zhou
1st Place – Applied Mathematics – Roger Nichols

Session 4 – Life Sciences
3rd Place – Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics – David Stella
2nd Place – Cell Biology – Lauren Stevenson
1st Place – Environmental Health Sciences – Asaf Stein

Session 5 – Life Sciences
3rd Place – Molecular and Cellular Pathology – Scott Tanner
2nd Place – Microbiology – Sabarish Indran
1st Place – Physiology and Biophysics – Matthew Phipps

Session 6 – Physical Science and Engineering
3rd Place – Chemistry – Jason Hudson
2nd Place – Interdisciplinary Engineering – Kenneth Walls
1st Place – Chemistry – Samantha Hastings

Session 7 – Life Sciences
3rd Place – Microbiology – Olusimidele Akinsiku
2nd Place – Pharmacology and Toxicology – Ali Zamani
1st Place – Biomedical Engineering – Joel Anderson

Session 8 – Public Health and Social & Behavioral Sciences
2nd Place – Medical Psychology – Trista Perez
1st Place – Medical Psychology – Kelly Ross

Session 9 – Life Sciences
3rd Place – Cell Biology – Amber O’Connor
2nd Place – Physiology and Biophysics – Amanda Swindall
1st Place – Chemistry – Zhengrong Yang

Session 10 –Mathematics and Computer & Information Sciences
2nd Place – Computer & Information Sciences – David O’Gwynn
1st Place – Applied Mathematics – Debra Mimbs

Session 11 – Public Health and Social & Behavioral Sciences
2nd Place – Environmental Health Sciences – Shaun Crawford
1st Place – International Health – Faisal Shuaib

Session 12 – Life Sciences
3rd Place – Cell Biology – Wes Edmonds
2nd Place – Pharmacology and Toxicology – Heather Tinsley
1st Place – Cellular and Molecular Physiology – David Mayhew

Session 13 – Life Sciences
3rd Place – Cell Biology – Wen-I Yeh
2nd Place – Genetics and Genomic Sciences – Paige DeBenedittis
1st Place – Nutrition Sciences – Amy Ellis

Session 14– Physical Science and Engineering
3rd Place – Biomedical Engineering – Dina Halwani
2nd Place – Chemistry – Dwayaja Nadkarni
1st Place – Chemistry – Jason Freeman

Graduate School News

3MT information sessions offer competition tips, last minute chance to register

3MT squaresIf you are registered for 3MT or want to take advantage of late registration, make plans to attend one of these sessions: Wednesday, September 28 at 2 p.m. in Bevil 170 or Thursday, September 29 at 2 p.m. in Campbell Hall 301. Read more ...

Congratulations to 2016 Postdoc Awards winners

2016 postdoc award winnersThe Office of Postdoctoral Education and Postdoctoral Assocation celebrated -- you guessed it -- UAB's postdocs with an apprecation lunch and awards ceremony on September 20. Read more ...

Record 19,535 students #ChooseUAB - 7,166 of those graduate students

students dining streamEnrollment at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, bolstered by record recruitment and retention gains, increased by 1,202 students year-over-year to a record-high 19,535 for the fall 2016 semester.  Read more ...

Left breathless: How asthma influences infection

arthur totten headshot squareArthur Totten, a PhD candidate in Microbiology and an asthmatic himself, studies how allergy sufferers react to bacterial infections. At his Discoveries in the Making presentation at Homewood Public Library on September 8, Arthur talked about a pathogen only found in humans called Mycoplasmas Pneumoniae (Mpn) – bacteria that causes walking pneumonia. Read more ...
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