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Chaplin has been chosen as a distinguished fellow by the American Association of Immunologists for his contributions to the field of immunology.

Bridges will serve a two-year term as president of a specialty research foundation.

A harrowing diagnosis shook Luis Hurtado to his core, but the Blazer hoops player and Collat School of Business student beat the disease with the help of his UAB family.

The NIH grant will enable Kraguljac to study factors of disease progression in psychosis spectrum disorders.
A champion of science-based behavioral change, Stavrinos is honored for her work in educating the public on risky driving behaviors.

Adam Gerstenecker has been honored by two organizations with early career awards in neuropsychology.

Marine biologist Charles D. Amsler experiences spectacular views and a lifetime achievement with his 1,000th dive as an Antarctic researcher.
Chen is the chair of the UAB Department of Surgery.
Martin is the second UAB surgeon in the last three years to be selected for this fellowship.
The UAB MSHI program is designed specifically for working professionals to earn a degree without giving up their job.

Williams’ research focuses on measuring and understanding cancer-related financial hardship.

Pate has received a milestone teaching award from the Alabama state optometric association.
Ava Michl was awarded first place in the Social and Behavioral Sciences category at the National Collegiate Honors Council Awards ceremony.
College of Arts and Sciences senior is the first UAB student to be selected for this nationwide advertising event.
Three students in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences were awarded a fellowship in the U.S. Department of Transportation.
A decision made with his head leads a UAB student to find his passion and love for being a Blazer.
The Deep South Resource Center for Minority Aging Research focuses on minority aging research with a disparities focus, particularly related to health problems more prevalent among older African Americans living in both rural and urban areas.
Medical sociology provides a platform for a UAB graduate to pursue a medical degree while offering insight to the minds of her patients.   
Shakima Knox and Steven D. Wilson have made the most of their time on campus: They met at UAB, married on Homecoming Saturday, earned their graduate degrees and will walk together on Saturday.

UAB School of Medicine professor selected for the highest professional distinction for leading academic inventors.   

Netto will begin serving on Jan. 1, 2020.

Arsh Arora will graduate this fall with a doctorate degree in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a focus on cyber security.
A distance runner since high school, Adam Wende now has a more powerful reason to run 26 miles.
An award provides Macy Stockdill the opportunity to take additional courses, complete her dissertation and work on a research team with her mentors.
Investigators at UAB will expand the data collected by previous studies in Puerto Rico to look at aging, stress and health outcomes.
Brewer was appointed to the board by Governor Kay Ivey.
UAB graduate student Sarah Owens received the distinguished Alabama Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Bridge to Doctorate Fellowship.
UAB Communication Studies professor Timothy Levine discusses the social science behind lying and human deception in his newest book, “Duped.”
UAB Parkinson’s disease expert David Standaert and an Italian colleague have received the fifth annual Bachmann-Strauss Prize for Excellence in Dystonia Research.
Undergraduate students won awards for their research in virtual reality and child safety and in stabilization of proteins.
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