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UAB is one of the nation’s elite research-intensive universities and the home to internationally renowned centers for the study of cancer, neuroscience, AIDS, diabetes and more. UAB investigators excel at translating medical discoveries in the lab to revolutionary therapies at the bedside and in clinics.

UAB's research enterprise attracts more than $450 million annually in external funding. UAB received $225 million in NIH funding in FY 2014, ranking 10th among public universities and 22nd nationally.

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