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Savannah Koplon

Savannah Koplon

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Public Relations Specialist

skoplon@uab.edu • (205) 641-1211

Covers stories and media requests within the School of Optometry; School of Dentistry; pediatrics; Women's & Infants Center; dermatology; endocrinology & diabetes; infectious diseases; clinical immunology and rheumatology; hematology & oncology; urology; psychiatry & behavioral neurobiology.

Keeping children safe as temperatures rise should be top-of-mind this summer, says one UAB pediatrician.
For a special group of UAB School of Dentistry graduates, becoming a dentist marks the conclusion of their journey from foreign-trained to American-certified.
A recent UAB School of Optometry graduate has received the highest student honor by the American Optometric Student Association.
A Division I softball player is seeking treatment for ovarian cancer in UAB’s Division of Gynecologic Oncology.
A 13-year-old girl gets to have a special training experience with UAB surgeons during robotics surgery celebration.
A UAB researcher is heading to Cameroon to study the effects and safety of antibiotics on pregnant women at risk of contracting malaria.
Surgeons across UAB Medicine are working together to enhance robotic surgery, cementing UAB as a national leader in the field.
After experiencing side effects from his obesity on a meaningful vacation, one man seeks medical attention from UAB on his weight loss journey.
UAB experts help women navigate different tests and body changes they will experience during their 20s, 30s and 40s — timely with Women’s Health Week.
A team of UAB researchers identified cholesterol-lowering therapies for rheumatoid arthritis patients at risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
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