Kendra Carter

Kendra Carter

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UAB School of Medicine Communications
kendrakc@uab.edu 
205-975-3186

Kendra produces and edits content for the School of Medicine and manages social media. Kendra cut her teeth at Alabama newspapers, covering various beats as a reporter at the (Talladega) Daily Home, the (Scottsboro) Daily Sentinel and the Gadsden Times, before joining UAB in 2013. She graduated in 2008 from Auburn University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
The Valley Foundation was recently recognized as a Level 2 Patient-Centered Medical Home 2014, a national program to acknowledge patient-centered care and long-term participative relationships.
The tournament, to benefit Birmingham AIDS Outreach, starts at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 10 at Highlands Golf Course.
The research was conducted as part of a consortium of five institutions called EMPaCT, Enhancing Minority Participation in Clinical Trials.
David M. Pollock, Ph.D., professor of medicine in the Division of Nephrology, was recently elected the 87th president of the American Physiological Society.
UAB’s fourth-year medical students found out where they will do their residency training, and in what medical field, at the 2014 Match Day activities.
The UAB School of Medicine will lead in the establishment of a national research consortium focused on the discovery of new and better drug therapies to treat viral infections.
Michael Allon, M.D., professor in the Division of Nephrology, was recently named the recipient of the Gerald Beathard Award by the American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology.
The Best Medicine Show, a variety show featuring performances from UAB medical students, will raise funds for Equal Access Birmingham.
Stephanie Meadows, chief financial officer for the School of Medicine, will receive the Susan D. Marchase Outstanding Woman Administrator Award, given each year to leaders who have mentored and served other women.
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