Education

 

 

Training Opportunities at UAB in Fields Related to the CAMAC Mission

 

Predoctoral Training

 

Immunology Graduate

The Immunology Graduate Theme is a part of the UAB Graduate Biomedical Sciences Program. As one of the top medical research institutions in the United States, UAB provides an environment conducive to the recruitment of high-quality trainees. A wealth of basic and advanced courses provides didactic training. Trainees identify a major research focus and design and complete a research project relevant to immunology. Research is conducted within state-of-the art scientific facilities

MSTP

UAB offers an NIH-funded Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP), a combined MD/PhD program designed to prepare students for careers that combine laboratory investigation of disease mechanisms with the practice and teaching of clinical medicine in an academic setting.

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HSOER

UAB Health Services, Outcomes, and Effectiveness Research Training Program (Kenneth G. Saag, MD, MSc, Director; AHRQ HS013852)

The UAB HSOER Training Program is a collaborative effort of the UAB Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education and the UAB Lister Hill Center for Health Policy. This T32 provides predoctoral trainees with high quality training, individual and team mentoring, and an intensive didactic curriculum and multi-disciplinary training experience, promoting the methodological skills and other core competencies required for success as independent HSOER investigators.

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Training Grant in Immunologic Diseases and Basic Immunology

Training Grant in Immunologic Diseases and Basic Immunology (Harry W. Schroeder, Jr., MD, PhD, Director, Laurie Harrington, PhD, Associate Director NIAID T32 AI007051)

The multidisciplinary UAB Immunology Training Program is focused on training highly motivated pre-doctoral students in the fields of translational and fundamental immunology. The primary focus of UAB’s immunology research remains the elucidation of pathogenic mechanisms operative in diseases of immune etiology.

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Postdoctoral Training

 

Allergy and Immunology Fellowship

The UAB Allergy & Immunology Fellowship Training Program is an accredited joint adult and pediatric fellowship program accepting one candidate each year with board eligibility or certification in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics.

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HSOER

UAB Health Services, Outcomes, and Effectiveness Research Training Program (Kenneth G. Saag, MD, MSc, Director; AHRQ HS013852)

The UAB HSOER Training Program is a collaborative effort of the UAB Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education and the UAB Lister Hill Center for Health Policy. This T32 provides postdoctoral trainees with high quality training, individual and team mentoring, and an intensive didactic curriculum and multi-disciplinary training experience, promoting the methodological skills and other core competencies required for success as independent HSOER investigators.

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Training Grant in Immunologic Diseases and Basic Immunology

Training Grant in Immunologic Diseases and Basic Immunology (Harry W. Schroeder, Jr., MD, PhD, Director, Laurie Harrington, PhD, Associate Director NIAID T32 AI007051)

The multidisciplinary UAB Immunology Training Program is focused on training highly motivated PhDs and MDs in the fields of translational and fundamental immunology. The primary focus of UAB’s immunology research remains the elucidation of pathogenic mechanisms operative in diseases of immune etiology.

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Education Opportunities at UAB in Fields Related to the CAMAC Mission

 

 

Events of interest

 

 

Education Opportunities outside of UAB in Fields Related to the CAMAC Mission

 

FOCIS

FOCIS is the meeting in translational immunology that will give you a competitive edge in your career. Stay ahead of the curve with leading clinicians and researchers delivering the latest breakthroughs across immune-mediated diseases. Focusing on molecular pathways and their implications in human disease provides the unique opportunity for innovative thinking and apply ideas from the pathologies of other diseases to uncover novel solutions to challenges in the diseases you study.

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American Association of Immunology

The Introductory Course in Immunology is an intensive two-part course, taught by world-renowned immunologists, which provides a comprehensive overview of the basics of immunology. This course is for students new to the discipline or those seeking more information to complement general biology or science training. For more information about this course click here

The Advanced Course in Immunology is an intensive course directed toward advanced trainees and scientists who wish to expand or update their understanding of the field. Leading experts will present recent advances in the biology of the immune system and address its role in health and disease. for more information about the advanjced course click here