Dan McNeill, 22, a first-year student at the UAB School of Medicine, got the chance of a lifetime to perform with his collegiate acapella group to a national audience on The Sing-Off: Holiday Special, a one-night, two-round singing competition that aired on NBC in December 2014.
Gates, a second-year medical student, is passionate about becoming a primary care physician. For her, pursuing a career in medicine means returning to her hometown of Aliceville, Ala. to care for the community where she grew up.
David Geldmacher, M.D., an expert on Alzheimer’s diagnosis and management, shares his latest research and reveals some common myths about the disease.
Nefertiti Durant, M.D., MPH, uses Internet tools, cultural relevance in the fight against obesity in young black women.
For the past two years, Tolu Aduroja, M.D., M.P.H., has traveled to Ibadan, Nigeria in the fall to offer free medical care.
Gorelick, who joined the UAB faculty in 2012, has worked in lab research since he was a high-school student.
With UAB since 1999, Hussein Abdullatif, M.D., uses  his natural compassion and empathy to treat patients and train new classes of future doctors.
UAB Medicine runners describe a surreal experience during the Boston Marathon bombings.
Through an American Society of Nephrology grant, medical student Clark Powell will take a year away from studies to research a new acute kidney injury staging system developed at UAB.
Susan May Wiltrakis recorded two albums and performed for a national audience as a professional jazz singer before coming to medical school.
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