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Medical students at the UAB Heersink School of Medicine will celebrate the next step of their medical training at Match Day 2022 on Friday, March 18, at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Researchers in UAB’s Departments of Physics and Biology have been awarded distinguished research grants by the National Science Foundation.
Cooper Green plans to celebrate its 50th anniversary with memories from patients, families and staff.
UAB has been recognized as one of just 13 institutions ranked as national leaders in racial and gender diversity representation in leadership.
During the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop, high school students work closely with nationally acclaimed novelists, essayists and poets to compose original pieces.
UAB students and faculty can shop at the grocery-store-on-wheels for affordable produce and pantry staples.
UAB has been selected by Amazon as an education partner for their Career Choice program, allowing eligible Amazon associates to receive tuition assistance while pursuing a bachelor’s degree at UAB.
The NSF grant will be used to develop computer infrastructure and enhance student experience.
Björkman will speak on “Structural correlates of antibody neutralization of pathogenic viruses.”
UAB will extend a pilot program that waives standardized test scores as part of the admissions process through fall 2024.
UAB’s Paulette Patterson Dilworth, Ph.D., will host a virtual conversation with LaGarrett King, Ph.D., discussing Black history on Wednesday, Feb 23.
Business and supplemental accounting programs in the Collat School of Business were reaccredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, putting UAB in the 1 percent of schools internationally to have both accreditations.
The first annual Alabama High School Ethics Bowl connected 30 local students with the opportunity to have debates on moral issues.
The COVID-19 pandemic shined a light on the disparities in health and health care access faced by underserved communities.
The two universities have much in common, as both have moved from an industrial base to an economy driven by health care.
The tenth annual Darwin Day lecture will delve into the science behind extreme weapons seen in the animal world, given by an acclaimed expert in animal weaponry.
The support surface invented by two UAB undergraduate engineering students will help change how nurses and patient care teams can provide care for patients in the hospital.
Online programs across numerous UAB schools and departments continue to excel year after year, according to U.S. News rankings.
The Regions Institute for Financial Education has been named a VITA site and will provide the UAB community and its neighbors support in the preparation and filing of tax returns at no cost.
In the study published in the American Journal of Transplantation, UAB researchers tested the first human preclinical model for transplanting genetically modified pig kidneys into humans.
UAB’s School of Health Professions’ Master of Science in Biotechnology helps students develop and launch new products and technology, building a new future.
Fast loans from UAB’s Regions Institute for Financial Education are available in as little as 24 hours. They can help any Blazer student experiencing unexpected loss of income, housing or medical issues, or a transportation emergency.
Donate items like kitchen supplies, cleaning products and snacks to support the fourth annual Ronald McDonald House Collection Drive and give back to families who truly need support.

As CEO, Vickers says his priorities will be in continuing UAB’s clinical and research excellence and working to eliminate disparities in health care throughout the state and region.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is hosting the sixth annual Community Month.
Gryshyna will use the prize money she received to advance her research on pain management techniques for HIV patients.
UAB’s Community Counseling Clinic celebrates 10 years of providing affordable counseling to Jefferson County and Greater Birmingham residents.
UAB used key sustainable actions to conserve energy equivalent to roughly 30 homes’ annual energy usage in an international challenge.

This revitalization kick-off event follows ribbon-cuttings held in two other Live HealthSmart Alabama demonstration communities, Titusville and Kingston, earlier this year. 

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