Kendra Carter

Kendra Carter

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As a communications director in the UAB School of Medicine, Carter leads and executes communications strategy in medical education and for the school’s regional campuses in Huntsville and Montgomery.

Before joining UAB in 2013, Carter worked as a staff writer at Alabama newspapers for 5 years, then shifted her career focus from journalism to communications and public relations. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Auburn University and a master’s degree in public administration from UAB.

The 2013 graduating class of the UAB School of Medicine continued a strong streak at Match Day, with 97 percent matching in a post-graduate position to continue their medical studies.
The first match will be announced at 11 a.m. Doors open at 9 a.m. with a short program beginning at 10:30 a.m.
The funds will support an endowment to help the student-run Equal Access Birmingham be sustainable.
Cynthia J. Brown, M.D., MSPH, studies what factors keep older hospital patients in bed.
The grant will enhance programs in biomechanics and biotransport of fluids across the back of the eye involved with the progression of diseases.
The Best Medicine Show—a mixture of live acts and recorded skits featuring medical students—will raise funds for Equal Access Birmingham.
Robert S. Gaston, M.D., has been named interim director of the Division of Nephrology in the Department of Medicine.
The Outstanding Scientific Achievement for Clinical Investigation Award was established by the American Geriatrics Society to recognize outstanding achievement in clinical research addressing health care problems of older adults by an investigator who is actively involved in direct patient care.
UAB School of Medicine’s chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association hosts its 3rd annual Little Red Dress Party Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, 8 p.m. to midnight at the Southern Museum of Flight.
UAB will lead the academic partnership between 13 Alabama colleges and universities to promote increasing minority representation in medical careers.
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