Brianna Hoge

Brianna Hoge

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Public Relations Specialist

bhoge@uab.edu • (205) 975-5985

Supports the external communications teams by posting stories, building media relationships, distributing press releases and providing analytics for media coverage.

The grant awarded to Kent Willis, M.D., will further his research in bronchopulmonary dysplasia, a chronic lung disease that is a common complication of premature birth.

George Netto, M.D.

Genitourinary pathology • Bladder, prostate, and renal cancers • Molecular diagnostics • COVID-19 testing

Jonathan Quade, M.D.

Orthopedic trauma • Pelvic and acetabular fractures • Upper extremity fractures • Lower extremity fractures • Foot and ankle trauma • Fracture nonunions and malunions • Outcomes research

Elie Ghanem, M.D.

Primary hip and knee replacement • Anterior approach to the hip • Same day surgery hip and knee replacement • Gap-balancing techniques for total knee replacements • Revision hip and knee replacement for mechanical failure and joint infection • Outcomes clinical research after primary and revision joint replacement • Basic science research focused on joint infection and avascular necrosis of bone

Amit Momaya, M.D.

Sports medicine • Shoulder dislocations • Shoulder replacement • Rotator cuff tears • Hip impingement and labral tears • ACL injuries • Meniscus repair • Cartilage restoration • PRP and stem cell injections

The award is given to someone who is committed to the GEAR UP movement and exudes the passion and perseverance to assist low-income students in their quest to attain a postsecondary education.
Ayda Nambayan stays active in the health care community in the Philippines.
A UAB sustainability expert recommends four ways to save energy and money when working remotely.
Graduate student Rylie Hightower is the fifth UAB student to receive an F99/K00 grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Up to 70 percent of adults with sickle cell anemia will develop chronic kidney disease; Lebensburger’s research will address monitoring renal disease progression.
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