Microbiology News

Microbiology Faculty Elected to Senate

micro.senateCongratulations to Allan Zajac (Senator) and Jamil Saad (Alternate Senator) for their elections to 2 year terms on the Faculty Senate. Read more ...

MALDI Mass Spectrometry Now at UAB

KABAROWSKI BARNES photo 1MALDI--matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization--imaging mass spectrometry is now available to researchers at UAB. Drs. Stephen Barnes and Janusz Kabarowski used the tissue imaging method in their recent research "Early lipid changes in acute kidney injury using SWATH lipidomics coupled with MALDI tissue imaging." Read more ...

Two Faculty Honored for Years of Service

Picture1Drs. Peter Prevelige (20 years) and Janet Yother (25 years) are among the more than 1,000 UAB employees to be honored during the annual Service Awards Program at the DoubleTree Hotel Heritage Banquet room on March 4.
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Burrows Appointed Professor Emeritus

Burrows 2013 squareCongratulations to Peter Burrows, Ph.D., who was appointed Professor Emeritus of Microbiology in the School of Medicine. The Board of Trustees approved Burrows’ appointment during its February 5, 2016 meeting. Read more ...

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Travel Awards: Apply by March 15, 2013 for travel awards between UAB and the KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV (K-RITH) in Durban, South Africa. Faculty, post-doctorates or senior students at both UAB and K-RITH with research interests related to tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, including prevention sciences, are eligible to apply.

Pilot Project Awards: Apply by August 1, 2013 for Pilot Project Awards to develop collaborative projects between the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and the KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV (K-RITH) in Durban, South Africa. Faculty (at all levels) with research interests aligned with K-RITH investigators in the fields of tuberculosis or HIV/AIDS, including prevention sciences, are encouraged to apply.

Full instructions are available at the Infectious Diseases, Global Health and Vaccines Strategic Initiative website.