Kabarowski Among UAB Researchers to Establish New Imaging MethodMicrobiology professor Janusz Kabarowski, Ph.D., and Miranda Collier, an undergraduate student who works in Kabarowski’s lab, are major contributors to the development of a research method that will aid in critical initiatives addressing a variety of diseases including cancer, chronic inflammatory autoimmune diseases and age-related degenerative diseases.
Read more about the matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization imaging mass spectrometry—MALDI-IMS in the Tuesday, January 28, 2014, edition of the UAB Reporter.
Congratulations to Our Recent Graduates
December 14, 2013
Robert Marsden Cox, Jr.
Christina Michelle Croney
Kristopher Ruben Genschmer
David Samuel Jordan, Jr.
Lauren M. Lilly
Michael R. Ludwig
Eva Szymanska Mroczek
Amber Lynne Rowse
Kimberly A. Thomas
Melissa Marie Walker
Briles Elected to National Academy of InventorsCongratulations to Dr. David Briles, who will be inducted into the National Academy of Inventors during the academy’s annual Conference in March 2014, in Alexandria, Virginia.
Briles’ work on proteins that are candidate antigens for pneumococcal vaccines has led to several patents on pneumonia vaccines.
The National Academy of Inventors, founded in 2010, recognizes and encourages inventors with patents issued from the US Patent and Trademark Office. The organization is comprised of more than 3,000 members and fellows from more than 200 US and international universities, and governmental and non-profit research institutions.
- SOM Nominates Yother for 2014 Diversity Award
- 2013 UAB Microbiology Research Retreat
- Bedwell Elected to SOM Faculty Council
- Kearney Is UAB 2013 Distinguished Faculty Lecturer
- Kym Proctor Is Employee of the Month
- Opportunity of a Lifetime UAB President Ray Watts Has Big Vision for the Future of UAB
- UAB Beckman Scholars Attend 2013 Symposium
- Spring Immunology Symposium Brings People Together
- Chaplin Named Associate Dean for Faculty Development
- Mestecky Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Medicine