Katherine Shonesy

Katherine Shonesy

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Biology, business, chemistry, computer and information sciences, engineering, justice sciences, mathematics, psychology
When machines and brains mix, who's in charge? This is the type of problem pondered by neuroethicists such as UAB's Josh May, Ph.D., who examine questions at the crossroads of neuroscience and ethics.
Sorge honored as a young leader in the field of pain research and neuroscience by national organization.
Academic advisors from the Collat School of Business and College of Arts and Sciences recognized nationally for their contributions to the improvement of advising services.
What’s the cure for America’s overcrowded prisons? UAB criminal justice students went behind bars and into courtrooms to explore promising solutions. Discover what they experienced while working with inmate mothers and military veterans receiving a second chance — and learn how the projects changed both attitudes and career goals.
UAB research shows that phytoplankton, the foundation of all marine life, will experience varied growth rates due to ocean acidification levels during the next century.

A product designed by UAB engineers to help save lives during natural disasters is approved for use.

Male and female mice use different immune cells to process chronic pain, indicating that different therapies for different genders could better target the problem.
Free public event will allow teen girls to learn how to be successful in today’s world.
A national expert in the biomedical engineering field will chair UAB’s joint department beginning Oct. 1.
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