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Displaying items by tag: undergraduate neuroscience program

UAB's newest Rhodes Scholar Ameen Barghi, the third in UAB’s history to win the award and one of 32 U.S. students selected for the prestigious honor for 2015, prepares for Oxford.
John Chancellor is excited to be part of change at UAB as the newest co-chair of the Student Alumni Society (SAS) and as Mr. UAB 2014.
Rajesh Kana, Ph.D., of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and colleagues are the first to combine three different measures of the brain to distinguish people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from matched, typically developing peers.
Nine years ago, the University of Alabama at Birmingham had an aha moment: Create an undergraduate neuroscience major that would link the medical and university portions of UAB and produce skilled young researchers destined for medical school or top graduate programs.
Austin Luker, one of the earliest undergraduate neuroscience majors, graduated summa cum laude from UAB and is now a fourth-year student in the UAB School of Medicine.
Three University of Alabama at Birmingham Honors College students won poster awards at the 49th annual National Collegiate Honors Council meeting in November.
Ameen Barghi of the University of Alabama at Birmingham was elected to the Rhodes scholar Class of 2015 on Saturday. He is one of 32 outstanding U.S. students who will start their all-expenses-paid, graduate educations at Oxford University next fall.
Two University of Alabama at Birmingham students are finalists for prestigious scholarship programs. Ameen Barghi, of Birmingham, and Yoonhee Ryder, of Huntsville, have been named finalists for the Rhodes Scholarship, and Ryder also is a finalist for the Marshall Scholarship.
High school students from across Alabama tested their neuroscience knowledge at the fourth annual Alabama Brain Bee held at theUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham on Feb. 22, and the winner placed second nationally in March.
Congratulations to the UAB Neuroscience students that were recognized at the 14th Annual University of Alabama System Honors Research Conference held at the University of Alabama.
Kavita Nadendla is the Outstanding Neuroscience Student for 2012.
Ashton Wheeler, a junior and first generation college student, has received one of 15 (nationwide) UNCF/Merck Undergraduate Science Research Scholarship Awards for 2012.
David Sweatt, Ph.D., professor and chair of the UAB Department of Neurobiology, has been awarded the 2012 neuronal plasticity prize from the Fondation IPSEN, an entity of the Fondation de France.
David Sweatt, Ph.D., professor and chair of the UAB Department of Neurobiology, has been awarded the 2012 neuronal plasticity prize from the Fondation IPSEN, an entity of the Fondation de France. 
John Harris doesn't mind public speaking. Yes, he admits to being a little nervous at first each time he does it, but he feels he has a duty to do it. In fact, he considers it "a goodwill mission."
The world’s scientific community may be one step closer to understanding age-related memory loss, and to developing a drug that might help boost memory.
In a new study, psychologists at UAB are able to see in detail for the first time how various regions of the human brain respond when people experience an unexpected or traumatic event.
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