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Student mentors share thrills of undergraduate research, and keys to success
What's it really like to do research as an undergraduate? Students in UAB's Undergraduate Research Ambassadors program offer advice, professional development opportunities and real-world tips.
Smart pitching: UAB engineer investigates dead arms and the rise of the teenage Tommy John surgery
Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D., an alumnus and adjunct faculty member of the School of Engineering, has done pioneering research that is making baseball safer for Major Leaguers, and Little Leaguers.
Words under a microscope
What can we learn from language research? Answers from linguistics, neuroscience, computer science and more.
As medicine races to tap the power of proteomics, this UAB alum's startup steps on the accelerator
Michael Heaven's biotech business was hatched in a UAB lab, and accelerated by several UAB resources designed to fuel innovation on campus.
Using epigenetics to help the immune system fight ovarian cancer
Priming the body to respond to immunotherapy with a new class of drugs: epigenetic modifiers.
How a special ops medic tends to science experiments in space
Chase Chandler, a Navy veteran now majoring in physics at UAB, oversees research projects running on the International Space Station at NASA's Payload Operations Integration Center in Huntsville.
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