Adam Pope

Adam Pope

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Public Relations Specialist

arpope@uab.edu • (205) 934-6986

Covers stories and media requests within the School of Health Professions; UAB Callahan Eye Hospital; anesthesiology; cardiothoracic surgery; cardiovascular disease; gastrointestinal surgery; general surgery; Minority Health & Health Disparities Research Center; ophthalmology; otolaryngology; pathology; preventive medicine; pulmonary, allergy and critical care medicine; surgical oncology; transplantation; vascular surgery and endovascular therapy

UAB’s uterus transplant program is the first program in the Southeast and fourth in the United States.
Integration of the telehealth platform in a multiphase optimization strategy evaluation will allow researchers to develop behavioral health approaches that are more realistic and tailored to the individual’s goals and health needs.
A rare brain tumor caused facial paralysis for a local award-winning theater actress, but thanks to UAB doctors she is ready to get back on stage.
Hall’s research focuses on improving access to high-quality health care among vulnerable populations including low income individuals and people living with a disability or chronic health condition.
In her role at the HIIE, Nugent collaborates daily with top leaders across UAB and Birmingham and has unprecedented insight into navigating research and entrepreneurship opportunities.
Alabama is one of 10 U.S. states with the highest rates of short sleep duration.
Kimberly Hendershot, M.D., assistant professor in the UAB Division of Acute Care Surgery, has been named an associate member in the new American College of Surgeons Academy of Master Surgeon Educators™.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that Black individuals with heart failure have a worse prognosis, even after achieving biomarker-based heart failure treatment targets.
There is a narrow window of opportunity for successfully treating major cardiovascular events, and patients risk serious consequences if they wait for symptoms to get worse before seeking medical attention.
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