People of UAB
This current volume addresses the continuous advances in genomic technologies and their applications in oncologic diseases.
UAB and Children’s of Alabama welcome a new division director of pediatric Hematology-Oncology and Blood Marrow Transplantation program.
As a spring 2019 member, Turel is working on a project titled “Ingenious Secrets: Renaissance Painter-Engineers and the Rise of Technologized Europe.”

UAB Professor of Psychiatry named to national suicide prevention organization board.

A UAB School of Optometry professor has received a career award from a state association.

Questions about human aggression, violence and oppression are answered in a documentary featuring Douglas P. Fry, Ph.D.

The National Academy of Inventors elects another UAB faculty member, Dr. Robert Kimberly, as a fellow.
A psychology professor discusses Alzheimer’s disease signs and  symptoms and the caregiving experience on television show “Second Opinion.”
Chandler Stisher, a fourth-year medical student, will serve as the student representative for one year.

This national honor recognizes Kearney’s distinguished contributions to immunology.

Ingram was sick and no one knew the cause, until the right doctors on the right night saved his life.
Six students further space research through grants provided by NASA.
Taichman joins UAB as the ninth dean of the School of Dentistry.
Several UAB faculty members and trainees are in leadership positions in the American College of Rheumatology.
Michael Faircloth, M.D., will take over for Cindy Selleck, Ph.D., who has served as the director since 2012.
After co-directing Theatre UAB’s production of “Angels in America,” Hayley Procacci will graduate Dec. 15 and head to New York to make a movie.
Hill comes to UAB from the University of Colorado, where he was director of the Center for Human Nutrition at UC Health Sciences.
Rusty Duvall, a graduating senior, has achieved more than success throughout his life.
Morgan will serve on the Board of Trustees, while Canon will transition from the Board of Trustees to the Board of Governors for the American Board of Radiology.
Nationally acclaimed history professor Jonathan Wiesen will join UAB in January 2019.
Kline is the first ophthalmologist from the state of Alabama to be recognized with the Life Achievement Honor Award.

Using SeamlessMD, UAB Medicine provides patients with a digital experience through which they can access information about their surgeries via cellphone, tablet or computer — from surgery preparation to the recovery process.

Kasman and Walker are music majors in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music, and both are in the Honors College’s University Honors Program.
Every year, AMG presents 30 Alabama women with the Women Who Shape the State award.

The case competition provides master’s-level students an opportunity to put what they have learned in the classroom into real-life practice.

A UAB surgeon has received the Congress of Neurological Surgeons’ most prestigious award.
A UAB School of Optometry student has been selected to present innovative glaucoma research at American Academy of Optometry’s 2018 meeting.
Dawson, a junior majoring in neuroscience, also won the Interview and Talent awards and was awarded $2,900 in scholarships.
Lindeman was honored at a ceremony Oct. 3 in Chicago.
As a fellow, Shelburne will complete “The Castaways,” a long-form narrative journalism piece about aging men serving life without parole for nonviolent crimes.
Page 10 of 45