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An app developed by a Collat professor aims to connect online students and foster community among their peers. 
Dorris says incorporating creativity and education through therapeutic baking has helped her serve others and herself as a soon-to-be occupational therapist.
In honor of Pride Month, Sarah MacCarthy, Sc.D., the first Magic City LGBTQ Health Studies Endowed Professor, reflects on the ongoing need for health equity for LGBTQ communities, why addressing LGBTQ health is good for everyone and her goals for the future.
He watched his parents turn into caregivers after his grandparents were diagnosed with dementia. Now Frank Puga, Ph.D., will study the impact on mental health of adults living with dementia and as well as the mental health of their caregivers.
Alyson Haynes beat breast cancer through her determination and a strong support system at the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB.
The Vilcek Foundation and The Arnold P. Gold Foundation have announced Mona Fouad, M.D., as the recipient of the 2022 Vilcek-Gold Award for Humanism in Healthcare.
Kesha L. Thurston, DNP, and LaDana Williams-Davis, DNP, are alumnae of the UAB School of Nursing and have worked in the UAB Health System as CRNAs for more than 10 years. Their new scholarship will support students underrepresented in the nurse anesthesia field.
Lemak leads a team of more than 50 faculty and staff who are developing leaders to shape tomorrow’s health care.
The ALA Award is a mark of recognition and esteem for outstanding achievement.
Neely was selected by the Public Media Journalists Association for the honor, which recognizes an individual who exemplifies the very best in story editing and newsroom leadership.
This award recognizes an individual who has made substantial contributions to the understanding and/or treatment of age-related macular degeneration.
After surviving a pediatric brain tumor, Julia York was inspired to pursue a career in nursing. On the 10th anniversary of her diagnosis, she will graduate from the UAB School of Nursing and begin her first job at Children’s of Alabama on the hematology-oncology unit.
Pariya Wheeler, Ph.D., will study the neurocognitive functions of older adults who had COVID-19. The grant is one of UAB’s first grants examining the cognitive effects of the virus.
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