Yoshimi Saito, Ph.D., has been appointed professor emeritus in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Kathleen Martin, Ph.D., has been appointed associate professor emerita in the School of Education.
James C. Martin, Ph.D., has been appointed associate professor emeritus in physics.
Ken Marion, Ph.D., has been appointed professor emeritus in biology.
Wayne J. Brouillette, Ph.D., has been appointed professor emeritus in chemistry.
Robert Angus, Ph.D. has been appointed professor emeritus in biology.
Kevin L. Kirk, Ph.D., has been appointed to an endowed chair in biomedical research.
Vera Bittner, M.D., MSPH, has received an award of excellence from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
A UAB researcher will attend a White House briefing on spinal cord-injury rehab research.
With a grant from the Gates Foundation, UAB researchers will target a bacteria blamed for birth defects in the Indian subcontinent.
Simbeck of Killen and Hossain of Gadsden will each receive $2,500 scholarships.
UAB’s Discussion Book Dialogue series on autism continues Nov. 17.
The Sidewalk Film Festival continues with "Welcome to Shelbyville."
Artist Willie Cole will serve as juror for the 2011 Juried Student Annual exhibition during his residency at UAB.
UAB’s internal medicine residency program has been named in honor of Tinsley Harrison.
UAB's National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center has received a five-year renewal grant.
Know Your Status will offer free HIV and STD screenings Nov. 9.
Six UAB teams are finalists in the 2011-12 Alabama Launchpad class.
A UAB nurse practitioner has received an award from the Association of Child Neurology Nurses.
Golden Dragon Acrobats tumble into the World on Stage Festival.
Summon the holiday spirit when UAB Opera presents the story of a little boy and the three kings, “Amahl and the Night Visitors” Nov. 11-12.
Local dancer Parul Kapoor leads "The Bollywood Experience" at UAB's Alys Stephens Center on Nov. 12.
Artist Willie Cole will lecture and work with UAB faculty during a weeklong residency.
UAB received a prestigious NCI award to study brain tumors, making it one of only a few institutions to hold four SPORE programs.