Adam Pope

Adam Pope

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Public Relations Manager, Traditional University Campus

arpope@uab.edu • (205) 934-6986

Leads external communications for units within the traditional university campus. Pope and his team proactively reach out to the media to secure media hits telling the story of happenings on campus ranging from the arts to student stories, graduate and undergraduate research and beyond. The team works reactively to ensure appropriate experts are connected with media within their deadline.

Specific beats include: School of Health Professions; College of Arts and Sciences; Political Science; Criminal Justice; Anthropology; Bill L. Harbert Institute for Innovation and EntrepreneurshipCollat School of Business; School of Education; Administrative News; Office of the Provost for Student and Faculty Success; Enrollment, Admissions, Financial Aid; Human Resources; Issues Management; Student Affairs/Student Life;Minority Health and Health Equity Research Center

Although unproven, this novel sickle cell therapy serves as a potential cure. More measures need to be taken to determine long-term function and organ improvement.

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

UAB’s Know Overdose Initiative seeks to educate, identify and prescribe Naloxone for individuals who have been identified as high risk for overdose.

Simple, healthy changes within families can help children develop long-term healthy habits.

It is a UAB holiday tradition that brings smiles to hundreds of children in Alabama.

This funding supports local breast cancer research projects across Alabama. 

COERE awarded $500,000 to provide funds for research supplements to early-career physician-scientists whose research has been impacted by COVID-19.

Nearly 100,000 people in the United States have AE-IPF, and approximately 30,000 to 40,000 new cases are found each year.

The study concluded that participants were hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine due to mistrust, fear and lack of information.

Lizzy Davis with the UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences shares the science of how to make your Thanksgiving worth gobbling up.
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