People of UAB
The Blazer Male Excellence Network peer mentoring program encourages black men to open up to the college experience and build meaningful relationships.
National Cancer Institute award gives a UAB researcher the opportunity to develop programs that battle the long-term effects of treating childhood cancer.
Rodney Tucker, M.D., will provide primary care to patients once a week at the Magic City Wellness Center.
The winners of the Mr. and Ms. UAB competition will each receive $2,500 scholarships and serve as ambassadors of UAB.
An optometrist receives a grant to study a disorder that causes blinding and currently has no treatment or preventive measures.
English professor awarded for book written on the depth of legal knowledge within 17th-century literature.
Berkowitz comes to UAB after 25 years at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Long time UAB hospital employee Wendy Walters, a clinical ethics consultant, is a finalist for a prestigious national compassionate caregiver award.
The director of UAB’s Division of Infectious Diseases has been named to the board of a national health organization.
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.
Ashlyn Burch’s DOE award lets her study at Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
UAB Pathology adds new Anatomic Pathology Division Director in Cristina Magi-Galluzzi, M.D., Ph.D., an expert in genitourinary pathology.
Douglas Morgan, M.D., is a global expert in the epidemiology and prevention of gastric cancer.
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.
UAB’s GEAR UP Alabama director will advocate and provide professional development for educators across the United States.
School of Optometry professor receives a grant to develop methods of slowing the progression of myopia, also known as nearsightedness.
The director of UAB’s Hugh Kaul Precision Medicine Institute will present the groundbreaking work taking place in the institute and the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center to identify and treat cancer.
Grover takes permanent role after serving as interim CEO since November 2017.
Sean Hall, Ph.D., has been selected to receive the AARC Journal Editor’s Research Award by the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling.
A pediatric neurology researcher has been awarded a substantial grant to study a neuromuscular disease further.
Philosophy’s Brynn Welch turned a real-life experience into practical change — first through scholarly research, then a children’s book and now the classroom.
Two brothers who are 10 years apart graduated on the same day from the School of Nursing.
Bertha Hidalgo, Ph.D., will help the organization continue to educate and advocate for epidemiologists in their efforts to promote good science and public health.
UAB will work with the state and local health departments across Alabama and seven other states to make sure employees are receiving proper training.
UAB rheumatologist awarded funds by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to implement decision-aid resources for lupus patients.
Michael Minor takes the helm of BREMSS, the coordinating agency for emergency medical response in central Alabama, following the retirement of Joe Acker.
Lewis will provide the Institutional Effectiveness and Academic Planning team direction and context critical for developing the support needed to implement UAB’s strategic plan.
Kirklin has been involved with the American Heart Association in various capacities for more than 20 years.
“Women influence each other while no one is watching,” says anthropology graduate student Ajanet Rountree.
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