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On the program for “A Piano Event Encounter with Japanese Music” are autumn songs, Japanese nursery rhymes, Japanese/American anime songs, and more.
Pavela will serve as the chair-elect and then chair of the Ethics Section for the American Public Health Association.
After a tornado hit Jacksonville State University in March, the jazz ensemble musicians were left without a performance venue.
The Eastwood home was built by 523 UAB volunteers who gave nearly 2,000 man-hours.
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The Blazer Bolt for Brain Cancer boasts record attendance as it raises money for brain tumor research
The online Master of Public Health program at UAB was included as one of the best in the nation in a list by OnlineMasters.com.
An optometrist receives a grant to study a disorder that causes blinding and currently has no treatment or preventive measures.
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Participating campers can explore a variety of fun activities while out of school during the day camps.
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Long time UAB hospital employee Wendy Walters, a clinical ethics consultant, is a finalist for a prestigious national compassionate caregiver award.
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Students and staff from UAB will compete against athletes from the Lakeshore Foundation in the seventh annual Wheelchair Flag Football game.
The tournament is designed to bring the people of Birmingham together for a friendly competition to benefit the school’s Junior Advisory Board Scholarship program.
The director of UAB’s Division of Infectious Diseases has been named to the board of a national health organization.
Children and teens with low vision can enjoy a special event at McWane Center sponsored by Songs for Sight.
A UAB Distinguished Professor has been awarded a lifetime achievement award in the field of infectious diseases.
Yabing Chen, Ph.D., and Ganesh Halade, Ph.D., have won 2018 “best paper” awards.
Douglas Morgan, M.D., is a global expert in the epidemiology and prevention of gastric cancer.
Harlem in the ’Ham will benefit Healthy Happy Kids, the MHRC’s childhood obesity intervention.
Paul Erwin, M.D., Ph.D., dean of the School of Public Health, was honored with a distinguished service award by the Tennessee Public Health Association.
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