People of UAB

UAB President Carol Z. Garrison has announced that she will step down from office; she will continue serving until an interim president is named.

Girkin will serve on the editorial board of an international association's journal.

UAB faculty serve rare back-to-back terms as president of the American Society of Transplantation.
Nursing professor elected to the board of the Oncology Nursing Society.

A nationally known researcher on disability and rehabilitation will chair the Department of Occupational Therapy.

Works by Gary Chapman and John Douglas Powers were among 12 winners selected from 80 works in The Red Clay Survey.

Spanish professor given high honors in national society.

Neurology and pediatrics professor elected to national society.

Physical therapy faculty member elected chair of a national specialty board.

Three UAB professors are among 15 individuals honored with fellowship grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.

Cancer researcher lauded for his work in cancer therapeutics.

Accounting and finance chair will collaborate with a business school in Qatar.

School of Nursing professor will be part of an American Association of Colleges of Nursing committee.

School of Education professor attending a U.N. conference on sustainable development.

Vinik served as chief of anesthesia services for 16 years.

McIver will be a professor emerita.

Kaslow taught multiple subjects during his career at UAB.

Former director of the UAB Injury Control Research Center named to emeritus position.

Founder of the Birmingham Poetry Review named to emeritus position.

Leesar will be the inaugural holder of an endowed professorship in cardiology.

Interim chair of ophthalmology named to endowed chair.

New endowed professorship created in the Department of Biology.

Director of neuroscience center named to endowed professorship.

Emeritus professor given lifetime achievement award.

Department of Psychology assistant professor honored for his dedication to students with disabilities.

Geurs will lead UAB's periodontology deparment.

UAB professor will lead the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons.

Research findings from data in 1930s Alabama underscore the lifelong effects of disparities in educational opportunities.

Mark Hadley becomes fourth UAB neurosurgeon to be named a director of the American Board of Neurological Surgery.

Anthropologist Sarah Parcak wrote the first methods book on satellite archaeology.

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