- Published on May 21, 2015
Congratulations to Tyler Stewart (Novak lab) who received a Hiramoto Travel Award to assist in his travel to the Society for Glycobiology Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
The Hiramoto Travel Award honors the memory of Ray Hiramoto, Ph.D., a noted immunologist and faculty member in the UAB Department of Microbiology until his death in 2002.
All Microbiology graduate students (defined as Ph.D. students with a primary Microbiology faculty member as a dissertation mentor) in good standing are eligible to apply for a Hiramoto Travel Award. These awards will enable recipients to attend upcoming scientific conferences.
- Published on April 28, 2015
Microbiology professor Jiri Mestecky, M.D., Ph.D., has completed the fourth edition of Mucosal Immunology, the only comprehensive reference covering the basic science and clinical manifestations of mucosal immunology.
First published in 1994 as Handbook of Mucosal Immunology, this book was the first to cover the entire spectrum of mucosal immunology in a single work. In its infancy, the book was predicted to become an invaluable stimulus to new lines of interdisciplinary research—and that it has. For more than 20 years, Mucosal Immunology has been a go-to for a diverse group of biologists, researchers, health care workers and students of medicine and pediatrics as they each apply basic biology to virtually all immunological or infection-mediated disease processes of external mucosal surfaces.
The recently released fourth edition consists of two volumes with 2,560 pages. Mestecky has included new research data, exceptional illustrations, original theory, a new perspective, and excellent organization. The book covers immune system topics, such as inductive and effector tissues and cells, and development and physiology of the mucosal barrier; diseases in the digestive system, respiratory tract, and genitourinary tract; and immunodeficiency.
- Published on April 03, 2015
- Published on March 27, 2015
“All departmental nominees for this special award were truly wonderful students. To receive a departmental nomination for the Dean’s Award is even more impressive because the competition is so intense,” says Catherine Daniélou, Ph.D., Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, UAB College of Arts and Sciences. “Our College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s Award recipients represent the very best that UAB can achieve.”
Chang will be honored and recognized at Honors Convocation on Friday, April 24 at 3pm at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
- Published on March 18, 2015
- Published on March 04, 2015
The AAI-Thermo-Fisher Trainee Achievement award was established in 1997 to recognize promising trainees in the field of immunology. Award recipients receive a $1,000 cash award and up to $1,250 in reimbursable travel support.
- Julie Decker Named Employee of the Month
- Micro Postdocs Win Research Day Awards
- Microbiology Students Receive Hiramoto Awards
- Microbiology Assistant Professor Named Among the First Pittman Scholars
- Micro Researchers Partner with Kypha, Inc. to Develop First Rapid Test for Bacterial Meningitis
- Ramos UAB’s First “Corporate Postdoctoral Fellow”
- Micro Wins Awards in 2014 CFAR Research Day Poster Competition
- Mentors Change Lives
- Microbiology Researchers Work to Find a Cure
- Microbiology department plays major role in probing control of viral infections
- 23rd Annual Microbiology Research Retreat
- UAB Alumnus Writes Model F31 Grant Application
- Saad and Steyn Receive Promotion
- UAB Microbiology Department Welcomes New Faculty Member
- Faculty Retreat to Birmingham Botanical Gardens
- 2014 UAB Pneumococcal Symposium
- Saad Honored for Work with Undergraduates
- Speaking Out for Research
- Chaplin Has Paper in Pillars of Immunology
- Bliss Chang Named 2014 Goldwater Scholar