People of UAB - News
The American Optometric Association granted the associate professor this honor.
The Inno Under 25 list recognizes top founders, entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders in Birmingham under the age of 25.
Eugenia Kharlampieva’s commitment to high-caliber diabetes and cancer research using polymer chemistry has earned her recognition as the 2022 Ireland Prize recipient.
Sue Feldman is only the second faculty member in the School of Health Professions to become an ACMI Fellow.
Lexie Woolums, an Honors College and Environmental Sciences student at UAB, has been selected to join the first cohort of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, or Voyager Scholarship.
A producer, composer, arranger, orchestrator, conductor and educator, Panion was invited to join the elite honor society for dedicating at least 25 years to television excellence.
Nurse Laura Melton studied classical music repertoire at UAB while earning her degree and performed in Italy this summer after missing out on the trip due to the pandemic.
This project aims to investigate how the immune system contributes to kidney stones and whether variations in dietary oxalate intake affect immune function.
The goal of the project is to refine the existing software framework and convert it into a user-friendly Python-based package.
Three Blazers received honors during the 2022 SCJA conference that was held in Asheville, North Carolina.
An internationally recognized clinician and researcher in Parkinson’s disease, UAB’s David Standaert, M.D., Ph.D., has been honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Parkinson’s Association of Alabama.
SRAI’s Future of the Field program aims to highlight the up-and-comers of research administration who demonstrate exemplary, innovative leadership among their peers and institutions that advance the field.
The research program is aimed at transforming students into advocates for scholarship, leadership and creative inquiry.
UAB’s newest members of the prestigious National Academy of Medicine were selected for their outstanding professional achievements and exceptional commitment to service.
Ania Krutul, the first graduate of the public administration ABM program, concluded her UAB journey with honors, awards and discovery of a lifelong passion for public policy.
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed flaws in the existing infrastructure of PPE, and with the $500,000 grant, Haider will continue to develop the future’s personal protective equipment.
Goodin will be responsible for community and stakeholder engagement to advance opioid research with the goal of impacting the communities most vulnerable to opioid overdose.
The Green and Gold Fund is seeking Collat students who want to help manage the allocation. No market experience or courses are required to participate. Students interested in participating in the TVA Investment Challenge should contact Daniel Sanabria at dsanabria@uab.edu.
The New Innovator awards support investigators in the early stages of their careers.
Shi, an Honors College and pre-med student at UAB, has been recognized by the President of the United States as a 2022 Presidential Scholar.
As executive director and general manager, Dahlberg will direct the operations of WBHM and the Gulf States Newsroom, including the station’s news, programming, fundraising and community engagement missions.
Chambless and Spezzini’s efforts guided the course of action for Alabama’s Seal of Biliteracy, which recognizes students’ proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.
Wong received the award for her research, titled “Interactions between the human host and M.tb during subclinical tuberculosis.”
“These Distances Between Us: 21st Century Songs of Longing” by Emily Jaworski Koriath, DMA, and her husband, Tad, focuses on 21st century compositions by living composers.
Nine students were awarded a Gilman International Scholarship — the largest cohort from UAB.
“Methuselah’s Zoo” explores how knowledge of animal species can benefit human lives in terms of fitness and longevity.
The parents of eight children, the Ballards remember the scholarships that allowed their children to attend college. Now, they say it is their turn to give back.
A nearly $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation has been awarded to a UAB Department of Computer Science assistant professor.
The grant will enhance research capabilities at UAB by facilitating acquisition of a Physical Properties Measurement System.
Page 1 of 54