Impact

  • “I hope these funds will provide continuity of resources in clinical care, research, and teaching. With all three areas, funding can wax and wane; I believe these endowments can provide stability.”

  • “Patient care is demanding, and providing faculty with an outlet for continued learning and career development helps to increase their fulfillment and overall job satisfaction—helping us to retain the best and brightest at UAB.”

  • “As I reflected on all that I had learned about Tinsley Harrison, I thought we should try to ensure that future generations understand the multiple layers of influence that Dr. Harrison left.”

  • “Dr. Adams invested in our mission of providing the highest quality of pathology education, and the benefits of his investment are evident in the quality of our residents and our program.”

  • I decided to donate once I became a patient and realized that my doctor and the fellows weren’t just treating me; they were doing research to find a quicker diagnosis for me, a better way to treat me.

    For four years, Elizabeth Hanson Kerr, M.D., and her husband, Richard, waited and wished for a baby.

  • “The scholarship demonstrates Dr. Burleson’s investment in UAB’s next generation of medical leaders, which is such an encouragement to medical students and residents.”

  • Coghlan joined the Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Disease in 1973 and established a reputation as a beloved clinician and educator in his more than 36 years at the UAB School of Medicine.

  • Retired longtime professor James Caulfield passes away
    Caulfield joined the Department of Pathology in the UAB School of Medicine and the School of Dentistry in 1984, recruited for his interest in cardiovascular diseases and teaching.  He stayed at UAB for 20 years, focusing his career on both clinical research and patient care.
  • Neurosurgery residents often spend 80 hours a week performing operations and patient consults, attending rounds, and answering late-night pages. But last year, the UAB Department of Neurosurgery’s 15 residents also managed to publish 75 articles in peer-reviewed medical journals.
  • Insights for all time
    The legacy of Tinsley R. Harrison, M.D., extends far beyond the bust of his likeness displayed in front of the building bearing his name on University Boulevard.