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Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. student Jazmine Benjamin was selected as an inaugural fellow for the Howard Garrison Advocacy Fellowship program.
Lim will shape CFR Education’s educational products and share best practices for teaching global issues while fostering global civics advocacy among her students.
More than 600 students from across the country applied for the position. Only three, including Massie, received offers.
Interning at Amazon this summer as an operations manager, Neha Moolchandani developed skills in data visualization, statistical modeling and project management, while collaborating with cross-functional teams.
From cancer to supercomputing, UAB researchers will make an impact across disciplines using the grant from the Department of Energy.
UAB Health System’s CFO has been identified as key female leader in the health care space, among 181 others.   
The project will empower a wide range of users to implement the next generation of genomic analysis, smart querying of medical literature, neuro-symbolic AI with stochastic reasoning, graph analytics, software verification tasks and security auditing.
Karen Iles, Ph.D., director of the OCIRB, was awarded with the ESGR Patriotic Employer Award from the Department of Defense.
Jeydi Gonzalez-Guzman, a spring 2023 graduate of the UAB Department of Chemistry, was recently awarded a post-baccalaureate position with the NIH.
Initially set on education, a UAB chemistry Ph.D. graduate is letting his first passion fuel his next adventure as he sets off to Hawaii for a postdoctoral fellowship.
Maksim Dolmat is a 29-year-old international student who will be graduating from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a doctorate in chemistry Aug. 11.
UAB scientist aims to inspire children from underrepresented backgrounds to pursue a career in science and help them understand that achieving their passions is possible.
This UAB couple traveled seven seas to live their dream of getting quality higher education in the United States and are graduating together with their doctoral degrees this summer. 
Today the National Institutes of Health has announced that UAB’s own Jeanne Marrazzo, M.D., has been selected to succeed Anthony Fauci, M.D., as the next director of NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) this fall. 
As COO, Baverso says his priorities will be in continuing UAB Medicine’s clinical excellence and expanding services to serve even more patients and Alabamians.
Rising junior and UAB Honors College student Wajiha Mekki was recently selected for a prestigious internship with Johnson & Johnson.
Arushi Kotru, a spring 2023 UAB graduate, will have the opportunity to spend the summer in India learning Hindi as a recipient of the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.
Head of musical theater Accetta is training to become an Estill Voice Training mentor and course instructor — the first in Alabama and one of only 12 in the country.
Savage says she appreciates the additional funds provided through the endowment and the trust donors Sallie and Hilton Dean placed in her stewardship of them.
Swetha Ravichandran is focused on exploring novel ocular biomarkers that could help in the diagnosis of preclinical neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.

FASEB is the largest coalition of biological and biomedical research associations in the United States and advocates for basic biomedical research.
Ennis to lead division of organization committed to supporting individuals with emotional and behavioral needs by identifying evidence-based practices, empowering educators to meet their needs, and advocating for better resources and supports.
When Utah resident David Harmer was pinned between two cars, UAB medical student Will Byrd used his medical training to step in and help with focus and precision.
This is one of the highest professional recognitions possible, Kasman says.
Allie Saunders and Katie Toler, both counseling majors, will be working hands-on with and learning directly from highly respected professionals in the field of school counseling.
 
Six University of Alabama at Birmingham students have been awarded NASA Alabama Space Grant Consortium scholarships.
The institute recognizes the necessity of diversifying the study of economics and expanding the range of voices in the field.
This summer, UAB Student Nick Long will complete an internship with the center’s archaeological laboratory, which hosts one the largest archaeological databases in the United States.
Anindya Dutta, Ph.D., David Kimberlin, M.D., and Alan Tita, M.D., Ph.D., were elected to join the Association of American Physicians.
The Alabama Music Teachers Association named Wagner the winner in the prestigious College Concerto category, and she will now perform at the AMTA state conference.
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