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Courtney Severino, Jasmin Revanna and Retta El Sayed will receive up to three years of support for graduate education, including a $34,000 annual stipend plus $12,000 per year toward the cost of graduate work.
Anorectal melanoma is often misdiagnosed and most often as hemorrhoids, adenocarcinoma polyps and rectal cancer.
Irfan Asif takes on a new role as associate dean for Primary Care and Rural Health in the UAB School of Medicine.
The role is a new position in the Department of Family Medicine, and the chief will work with several other departments, including the Sports Medicine Clinic.
Professor emeritus Bob Centor has been honored for excellence in teaching in the field of medical education.
UAB researchers examined the lack of representation of women and racial/ethnic minorities in higher levels of academic medicine and created several initiatives to ensure that, moving forward, UAB is part of the solution.
UAB undergraduate student earns an internship with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute for its 2021 summer intern program.
The foundation welcomed Henry Panion III, Ph.D., “prolific producer, composer, arranger, conductor, orchestrator, and lauded professor of music technology and music theory” to its board in an announcement March 15.
A UAB nurse was the only resource for sharing what life was like inside the COVID-19 Intensive Care Unit at UAB Hospital.
Research from UAB and China’s Nantong University found that children who were more fearful made safer pedestrian decisions, but too much fear could cause them to make more mistakes.
James Markert, M.D., MPH, the James Garber Galbraith Endowed Chair of Neurosurgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, is the president-elect of the American Academy of Neurological Surgery for 2020-2021.
Established in 2006, the awards recognize employees, students and organizations that have helped create a more culturally diverse, inclusive university community through their achievements.
Michael Lopez, M.D., Ph.D., received the Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Poet and memoirist Saeed Jones will speak in a virtual event presented by the Department of English through UAB’s Jemison Visiting Professorship in the Humanities Endowment.
The Department of Psychology has named Christopher Henrich, Ph.D., as the new department chair. He will begin his role in August.
Jones has attended the Sundance Film Festival for more than 20 years and uses his experiences to spark students’ analytical skills in film studies classes at UAB.
UAB business honors student Dipal Patel has been accepted to present her research about the demographics of Fortune 500 companies.
Mieke Beth Thomeer, Ph.D., has received a nearly $1.3 million grant to study midlife health disparities related to motherhood.
A UAB researcher has received a grant to develop novel, single-cell tools for studying microbial population genetics.
UAB Libraries acquires new primary-source collections related to African American history and culture.
A new monthly series from UAB will highlight leaders who are people of color, women, differently abled or part of LGBTQ+ communities.
Poet Lauren Goodwin Slaughter has been awarded a $25,000 Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The fellowship provides exceptional undergraduate women and other gender minorities with space and aviation internships, senior mentorship, and a secure professional network.
Nine UAB students and four alumni are among the exceptional students vying for the opportunity to study, teach and conduct research abroad.
The UAB School of Nursing’s Ada Markaki, Ph.D., is chair-elect of the Pan American Nursing and Midwifery Collaborating Centers.
The School of Medicine’s Huntsville campus will expand the availability of clinical trials for residents of northern Alabama.
Ashley Hodges, Ph.D., CRNP, has received the 2020 Inspiration in Women’s Health Award from the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health, for her work providing health care to women.
Elie is triple board-certified in emergency medicine and critical care, as well as hospice and palliative care medicine.
Bisakha Sen, Ph.D., will work with leading health scientists to review the results of a study on how service dogs and emotional support dogs help veterans with PTSD.
Erika Hille Rinker was honored with the Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Teacher Award, which recognizes outstanding teachers of German in the United States who were not born and raised in Germany, Austria or Switzerland. 
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