UAB Visual Content

The UAB Office of University Relations' Visual Content team creates digital assets, including video, still photography and graphics and has the capability to stage news conferences and produce live stream events and content for university's social sites.

Visual Content also works with external media providing b-roll, studio and live interviews to local, national and international outlets.

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Image Gallery

The UAB Image Gallery is a resource available to the UAB campus community, accessible with a BlazerID. It houses thousands of images from all over the institution. We welcome your ideas for additional shots around campus for inclusion in the image gallery.

Video

The Visual Content team produces high quality video assets for uab.edu/news, internal communications and external media. Our videos live on UAB’s YouTube page and Vimeo. We will provide B-roll on request.

Still photography

Visual storytelling is what we do best. Our photographers contribute content daily to the UAB Image Gallery. We do provide headshots to the campus community based our availability. 

News Studio

UAB’s world renowned reputation in research, economic development, patient care and education means we have experts that can comment on a wide range important topics. The UAB News Studio is available to external media outlets for interviews with our experts

This week is about superlatives: The best health care. The newest athletic facilities. And a marketing campaign that explains our proudest achievements.
This week is all about progress: Opening of the new UAB Police headquarters, mixing personal medicine and politics and revealing the beauty of Collat's "Steps to Success."
This week, UAB is on the move. Teens tackle dangerous driving habits in a simulator, a new Blazer-themed locomotive takes to the tracks and preparations are underway for summer commencement Aug. 10-11.
This week is all about making strides. The UAB Kidney Chain passed 100 transplants. Students showcased their work in the summer EXPO. And football fans got a peek inside the upcoming season.
This week, high school students learn how to be cyber detectives, WBRC FOX6 pays it forward to an artist-in-residence on campus and two online degrees earn honors.
This week, a common blood pressure drug is revealed to be an effective therapy for Type I diabetes, a team from NSF is helping faculty and staff better understand how to commercialize their technology and work on the new intramural fields is nearly complete.
This week is all about a promising new viral immunotherapy for brain tumors in children. Plus, 18 new electric vehicle-charging stations have come to campus, and UAB's EITD contract with NASA has doubled to $50 million. See it online. All in one video.
This week, UAB experts weighed in on the FDA's approval of cannabis-based drug CBD for epilepsy treatment. Plus, UAB Athletics is rolling out a new tailgating experience for the upcoming football season. And, remember, safety first when enjoying fireworks this July 4.
This week is all about the magic of music, getting on the right track, coming together as one and winning one for the team. See it online.
This week is all about getting our hands on the missing As, Bs and Os, getting a handle on the heat and putting our hands together for a great season of performances to come at the Alys Stephens Center. See it online. All in one video.
This week is all about being being young and highly accomplished, working together to deliver on the promise of tomorrow and making fun and fitness attractive.
An Auburn woman who was severely burned finds pain relief from music therapy.
This week, docs and vets team up to test therapies that could benefit mankind — and its best friends. The police chief tries his hand at demolition derby, and the city's food trucks are ready for their close-up on the Food Network.
UAB Medicine's robotic surgery program — a national leader — celebrates a milestone 10,000 procedures and UAB Hospital earns accolades for its commitment to providing an outstanding patient experience. Better still, a lung transplant gives a teen the chance to graduate high school and live a more normal life.
A 13-year-old girl gets to have a special training experience with UAB surgeons during robotics surgery celebration.
This week is all about working together — to combat a physician shortage, accelerate medical breakthroughs and promote college readiness.
The UAB hematology nursing staff pulled out all the stops to help a patient and her partner celebrate their love for each other while in the hospital.
It's all about excellence. UAB Hospital retains its place on Becker's list of the nation's 100 best. Our Comprehensive Transplant Institute celebrated 50 years of life-giving care. And UAB Athletics begins upgrades for soccer that will enable Birmingham's pro soccer team to make our home field theirs.
Since 1968, UAB Medicine has performed more than 14,000 life-saving organ transplants.
This week, it was all about students coming and going. Reaching out to potential students on National College Decision Day. Students doing a community service during their move out. And a graduate who got a surprise in camouflage on her big day.
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