Apply for Women’s Club scholarship by Jan. 30The UAB Women's Clubscholarship helps deserving female students with financial hardships further their education at UAB. Download an application.Benevolent Fund awards first impact grant to Magic City HarvestNo Blazer Express bus service during observed holidaysBlazer Express buses will not run Dec. 25-26 or Jan. 1-2, 2015, during UAB's scheduled holidaysWisdom of the agesFire drills are ‘good life-safety practice’Blazer Best team to focus on accountability in customer serviceSeven faculty awarded emeritus statusAlarcón receives ACR Distinguished Clinical Investigator AwardTry one of these five apps for better healthAttend training to respond to an active shooterThe UAB Police Department is conducting free A.L.I.C.E. training for faculty, staff and students that moves beyond the traditional response to include alert, lockdown, information, counter and evacuation.Poverty series challenges the idea the issue is black and whiteUAB provides care, support to sickest patients where they need it
The UAB Center for Palliative and Supportive Care is reaching out to seriously ill patients in the community through its ambulatory care program to improve quality of care and create better outcomes.Dale to retire after more than 40 years at UABJourney to the edgeAfter 22 Antarctic journeys, UAB biologist Jim McClintock is practically a local. Between scientific expeditions, he leads cruises to the icy continent, offering Alabamians a peek inside polar research labs and highlighting the impact of climate change on the majestic landscape. Five travelers share life-changing moments from their trips with McClintock in UAB Magazine.Creating a roadmap to bring innovative medical technologies to marketWhat’s the secret to develop a successful new medical device? A great idea — and a strong team, says Robert Hergenrother, Ph.D., director of AIMTech. Find out how the UAB-Southern Research Institute partnership plans to accelerate innovations in patient care in The Mix, UAB’s research blog.Help Benevolent Fund award first community impact grantJones 'epitomizes the true UAB spirit'
Last year, Joy Jones, assistant director of the Career Center in Career and Professional Development services, helped increase the number of nurse-shadowing programs for pre-nursing students. For her work to increase collaboration across campus, Jones has been named Employee of the Month for November."Nightline" to re-air UAB kidney chain segment Thanksgiving nightABC’s Nightline, which airs weekdays at 11:35 p.m., CT, will re-air its July story on UAB's kidney chain Thanksgiving night. The program can be seen locally on ABC 33/40. The UAB kidney chain — the nation’s longest — is still on going, with transplant No. 29 taking place this past week and more scheduled for December.
Help spread the warmthUAB Eye Care’s outreach program is collecting donations of new items such as blankets, scarves, hats and gloves to give away during free vision exams in the first week of December.Immunogenomics advances point to new biomarkers, therapiesNew technologies are allowing researchers to study the interaction between genes and the immune system in greater detail. Find out how data-intensive analyses are offering fresh insight on autoimmune diseases, cancer and other conditions in The Mix, UAB’s research blog.
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Benevolent Fund awards first impact grant to Magic City HarvestBlazer Best team to focus on accountability in customer servicePoverty series challenges the idea the issue is black and whiteTry one of these five apps for better healthSeven faculty awarded emeritus statusAlarcón receives ACR Distinguished Clinical Investigator AwardFire drills are ‘good life-safety practice’Wisdom of the agesBlazer Express buses will not run Dec. 25-26 or Jan. 1-2, 2015, during UAB's scheduled holidays