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Created in 1996, the Argus Awards give medical students the chance to honor their mentors, professors, courses and course directors for outstanding service to medical education.
Daniel Gorelick, Ph.D., assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology at UAB, has created zebrafish mutants in four different receptors that respond to estrogens. He has used the mutants to help unravel a novel mechanism of estrogen action on heart physiology.
Winners of the 2017 Argus Awards were announced at the ceremony held Friday, Sept. 8. The awards are given each year by medical students to honor their professors and course directors for excellence in medical education.
Stephen Aller, Ph.D., has been recently recognized for integrating leading-edge technology, “cryo-EM” into his research on membrane protein structure, by the National Institutes of Health.
Funding to UAB for medical research by the National Institutes of Health topped $238 million in 2016, driving innovation and growth.
Twelve School of Medicine faculty were recently honored as winners of the UAB Graduate Dean's Excellence in Mentorship Award.
The UAB course was part of a master’s degree program in bioinformatics for researchers in Mali, where malaria is a scourge.
This mass spectrometry method can locate where molecular changes occur in a thin slice of tissue, and it has broad applicability to biomedical research.
These awards from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences recognize exceptional early-career scientists.
UAB receives two grants from the Gates Foundation to address pregnancy-related problems in developing countries.
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