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Agarwal will lead an organization of more than 20,000 health professionals from 131 countries dedicated to leading the fight against kidney diseases.
The nation faces a dire need for movement disorder specialists as the incidence of diseases such as Parkinson’s continues to increase.
UAB senior Hannah Bae has been selected to serve as a founding member of the newly formed subcommittee on diversity and inclusion for the Public Relations Student Society of America.
UAB professor is recognized for demonstrating leadership skills and providing knowledge for future STEM professionals.
Dr. Edward Partridge was selected by the Black Belt Community Foundation as the 2019 Black Belt Legacy Award recipient.
The American Association of University Women awarded four UAB women who are making a difference in the lives of other women and girls.
Jake Chen becomes UAB’s third elected fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics
A UAB School of Education instructor was awarded a Fulbright grant and traveled to Morocco to study local classrooms.
Alabama’s new Commission on Artificial Intelligence boasts two information leaders from UAB.
Keith was recognized for her commitment and work ethic in the field of social inequalities and health.
The UAB Financial Management Association received a Superior Chapter designation for the 2018-2019 year.
The annual UAB Innovation Awards Breakfast highlights student, faculty, staff and community innovators for their contributions to research, innovation and entrepreneurship on campus.
Richter has published two studies in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Siegal, longtime volunteer and member of ASCP, has been appointed president of the organization.
Ertas, Haque and Gunther-Canada recognized for outstanding service within the fields of public policy and public administration.
Curcio holds the White-McKee Endowed Professorship in Ophthalmology at UAB.
Cooper spent 40 years at UAB, where he made countless discoveries in immunology.
Menear and Feldman joined 63 other competitively selected women leaders from across the United States and Canada to partake in the intensive, residential leadership development program at Bryn Mawr.
“At the core, I don’t want anyone else to lose their father so early in their lifetime. That drove me at the beginning to do the work I do today.”
A UAB female student-athlete has been named a finalist for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award, recognizing her academic, athletic, leadership and community service success.
The National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives awarded Frank Messina, DBA, with the Silver Bowl, a lifetime achievement award.
Panel member selection is based on a variety of factors, including scientific track record and experience with leading NIH-funded or other significant research efforts.
A Collat School of Business student has been recognized as a PCAOB Scholar.
UAB and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education have partnered on a grant that enables preschool educators to help their English-learning students with proven positive results.
The UAB Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program accomplishes in one year what otherwise might take a therapist years to achieve on their own professionally.
UAB’s Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion received an NSF grant to help increase gender equity with UAB faculty in STEM fields.
Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk, DMA, associate professor of voice and director of Opera in the College of Arts and Sciences, will be the first to hold the role of associate dean of the UAB Honors College.
UAB Medicine’s chief diversity officer has been named one of the most influential women in corporate America by Savoy Magazine.
Fields will oversee all daily operations and programming for AEIVA, as well as serve as a liaison for a variety of stakeholders on campus and in the community.
A UAB oncologist has received a Pioneering Ideas Grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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