Back in July, I shared my personal goals under the UAB Medicine AMC21 strategic plan to create an enriched environment for engagement, innovation and discovery across mission areas in the School of Medicine. In order to meet any of those goals, we have to develop the environment of UAB as a destination for the country’s best talent.
The nature of an academic medical center is an inquisitive one. That curiosity is what makes UAB special, not only in the Birmingham community, but throughout the state of Alabama.
Since Dr. Ferniany, Dr. Bonner and I have asked you all to commit as partners in the UAB Medicine strategic plan, I want to share with you my personal goals under AMC21 to create an enriched environment for engagement, innovation and discovery in the School of Medicine.
These strategic investments will help to create programs in which UAB can be a national leader in academic medicine and allow us to have a top faculty with cutting-edge programs.
Continued scientific discovery is one of the things that make providing—and receiving—patient care unique at academic medical centers like UAB. One way we’re going to continue our innovation is through informatics, the science of collecting, reporting and processing data and using that knowledge to enhance patient care and health.