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On March 25, 2020, the School of Medicine and the Hugh Kaul Precision Medicine Institute issued a request for applications that would change the course of research at UAB. A year later, the 14 selected projects have led to new discoveries, subsequent funding, high impact publications, and much more.

The COVID-19 Research Symposium was held on Oct. 28, and highlighted SARS-CoV-2 research and clinical trials.
The School of Medicine holds a remarkable 193 endowed chairs and 103 endowed professorship positions. These honors contribute to recruitment and retention of premier teachers, clinicians, and researchers. This year, 23 faculty members received endowments.
14 Principal Investigators have been awarded grants to study various implications of COVID-19.
Latesha Elopre, M.D., MSPH, has been named director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Graduate Medical Education in the School of Medicine. Elopre is an assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases.
Five faculty members in the UAB School of Medicine have been named the 2018 class of James A. Pittman Jr., M.D., Scholars, a program created to recognize the contributions of junior faculty and support the recruitment and retention of highly competitive scientists and physician-scientists.
Local organizations fighting to end the spread of AIDS by 2030 will be a focal point at UAB’s World AIDS Day celebration.
Protecting vulnerable populations from contracting influenza is a priority among UAB and local organizations.
A collaboration between Birmingham AIDS Outreach and the UAB 1917 Clinic looks to provide nutrition support and education to address and prevent the rise of chronic disease in patients living with HIV.
A UAB Infectious Diseases physician discusses bacteria found in food-borne illnesses and why you should wash your hands.
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