Established in 1988 by the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases to stimulate research and scientific advancement concerning AIDS and HIV.
Research center with a primary focus on medical and health-based applications for satellite remote sensing. Two courses are offered to learn the basic principles and applications of this exciting technology.
UAB's Study Abroad program has over 50 programs in 27 international locations in the areas of Language, Arts, Public Health, Nursing, Business, Social science, Engineering and Natural Science.
Provides medical students with service and training opportunities in developing countries and underserved areas throughout the world.
Offers a range of English as a Second Language (ESL) courses to students, area residents, business people, local corporations, and international visitors.
Opportunities for students include study-abroad programs, short-term immersion experiences, and incorporation of global health perspectives throughout the nursing curriculum.
Students in this program investigate, analyze, and address the challenges and concerns confronted by societies around the world.
Collaborates with students, faculty, staff and community partners to ensure quality service-learning experiences.
A resource for symposia, research and training opportunities at UAB and our global partners.
One of 10 WHO Collaborating Centers in Nursing in the United States and one of 45 in the world. The WHO designation recognizes the School of Nursing's sustained involvement and interest in global nursing development.
Provides quality services, programs, and activities that enhance cultural awareness, international educational and research opportunities, and global perspectives for students, faculty, and staff.
Faculty are drawn from the Universidad Peruana Cayatano Heredai, UAB, & The U.S. Naval Medical Research Center Detachment in Peru. Course participants may be eligible for course credit hours within the Department of Epidemiology