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UAB researchers discover a new protein interaction from the 1918 flu strain that may help influenza circumvent the host immune response that would fight viral infection.
Here’s a look at the many fellowships, scholarships, honors and awards earned by the talented 2015 spring graduates at UAB.

UAB senior will research Alzheimer’s disease abroad through prestigious scholarship program.

Three UAB students are recognized by prestigious national scholarship program for academic excellence.
Townes is an internationally renowned researcher who is doing groundbreaking research in gene replacement for conditions such as sickle cell disease.

The event, which features live talks in the spirit of the TED experience, is themed “Rediscover the Magic of Birmingham."

Researchers at Southern Research Institute and UAB tackle five common myths about the flu, and stress the importance of getting a flu shot.

Half of Alabama’s 2013 Goldwater Scholars study at UAB – university total is now 17 with eight scholarship winners in the past four years.

The winning teams receive grant awards from $20,000 to $25,000 each, totaling $100,000.

Krishna is also the director of the Central Alabama High Field NMR Facility.

World-renowned experts in health and wellness topics will come together Nov. 14-15 to help employers fashion their own programs targeting employee health.

Goldman will study Diamond Blackfin Anemia, a rare, childhood bone marrow failure syndrome.

Chow, a pioneer in RNA splicing and in the study of the human papillomavirus, is UAB’s second National Academy member.

Tim Townes, Ph.D., was awarded the HudsonAlpha Prize for his work on sickle-cell disease and related blood disorders.

Biotech company developed at UAB wins economic development funding.

Six UAB teams are finalists in the 2011-12 Alabama Launchpad class.

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