Yother was then selected by a panel convened by the Dean to be the nominee from the School of Medicine. Yother's application packet included a complete description of the significance and impact of her work to promote diversity in science education and training. The letters of support that her students provided were outstanding and speak volumes to her ability to both welcome minorities into science and mentor them to become successful scientists in their own right.

The UAB Diversity Awards Selection committee will pick from the finalists across the entire university and the award recipients will be announced at a public ceremony during UAB Community Week in January.

Capitol Hill Visit 2014
Speaking Out for Research


On March 5, 2014, Drs. Lou Justement (Microbiology), Beth Brown (Epidemiology and Microbiology) and John Chatham (Pathology) travelled to Washington D.C., in between snow storms, to participate in the 2014 Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Capitol Hill Day visit. They were accompanied by Joel M. Widder from the Oldaker Group who served as the group liaison. Read More...

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Role Recognition


Dr. John F. Kearney discusses B cells and their significance in modern immunology.

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Highlights from the 22nd Annual, Department of Microbiology Research Retreat, held October 18-20th, 2013 at the Alabama 4H Center in Columbiana, AL. 

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UAB Microbiology Department Welcomes New Faculty Member

Meet Hui Hu, Ph.D., an immunologist focusing on transcriptional regulation of adaptive immunity—Tfh cell differentiation, GC responses, CD8+ T cell quiescence/activation, T cell responses, immune memory and vaccines.  Read more...

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