Pathology's Division of Molecular and Cellular Pathology comprises 25 faculty, at all ranks, with active research laboratories focused on the molecular mechanisms that underlie the development of disease.  Current areas of research in the Division include cardiovascular disease, cancer, bone biology, liver disease, diabetes and insulin resistance, matrix biology, HIV and free radical biology. Division faculty play leading roles in the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, Comprehensive Cardiovascular Center and the Center for Free Radical Biology. Division faculty are committed to graduate education, with leadership roles in the UAB Graduate in Biomedical Science program particularly in the Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine and Cancer Biology themes.

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Integrative Biomedical Sciences

Faculty

Director: John C Chatham, D.Phil

Anderson, Peter G Professor
Bailey, Shannon M Professor
Ballinger, Scott Professor
Basu, Rajatava Assistant Professor
Brown, Elizabeth E Professor
Chen, Wei Associate Professor
Chen, Yabing Professor
Darley-Usmar. Victor Professor
Feng, Xu Professor
Hel, Zdenek Associate Professor
Hurst, Doug R Assistant Professor
Li, Yi-Ping Professor
Maynard, Craig L Assistant Professor
Messina, Joseph L Professor
Murphy-Ullrich, Joanne Professor
Namakkal-Soorappan, Rajeskaran Assistant Professor
Patel, Rakesh Professor
Ponnazhagan, Selvarangan Professor
Samant, Rajeev S. Associate Professor
Sanderson, Ralph D. Professor
Shevde-Samant, Lalita R. Professor
Varambally, Sooryanarayana Associate Professor
Wende, Adam Assistant Professor
Yang, Yang Associate Professor
Zhang, Jianhua Associate Professor

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Kathy Cornelius Office Associate II
Samantha Gromko Office Associate II
Sarah Lynn Minor Office Associate II
Traci Oden Administrative Associate
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