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.
UAB Medicine runners describe a surreal experience during the Boston Marathon bombings.
Young will develop partnerships with undergraduate students and programs to help those students be more competitive in applying to medical school.
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.
The annual award is the highest for research in the Department of Medicine. 
More 150 girls from 40 schools in Jefferson and Shelby counties will come to UAB April 20, 2013 to learn about STEM fields.
Strengths cited for UAB are the quality of training and mentoring and career development opportunities and networking.
Susan May Wiltrakis recorded two albums and performed for a national audience as a professional jazz singer before coming to medical school.
He has been an active member of the American Parkinson Disease Association Scientific Advisory Board since May 2001 and is the board’s fourth chairman since the organization’s founding in 1961.
The 2013 graduating class of the UAB School of Medicine continued a strong streak at Match Day, with 97 percent matching in a post-graduate position to continue their medical studies.
The first match will be announced at 11 a.m. Doors open at 9 a.m. with a short program beginning at 10:30 a.m.
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