Matt Windsor

Matt Windsor

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Proposing a new program or initiative in your area? Assistant Professor J. Nicholas Dionne-Odom, Ph.D., of the School of Nursing, shares insider advice that can make any piece of writing more compelling.

Laura Gilmour’s HUB Worldwide launched in 2019 with a mission to take unused medical equipment from the United States to the nations. When the pandemic brought operations to a halt, this MBA and public health grad focused on Alabama instead.

Kristine Ria Hearld, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Health Services Administration and past chair of the Faculty Senate, exemplifies core values that propel institutional excellence.  

Assistant Professor Noha Sharafeldin, MBBCh, Ph.D., presented cancer-related findings from the massive N3C database of records from COVID-positive patients at 55 institutions nationwide, including UAB. Results — including a significant increase in risk of death among patients who recently had chemotherapy — were published simultaneously in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Enrollment in the School of Public Health rose 61% in 2020, including a 92% increase in epidemiology graduate programs. What is motivating these students, what are they learning and what does the job market hold? Faculty, students and alumni answer in this story.

Instructor Alicja Foksinska and her students explain the power of data visualization, the topic of a course in the online Business Analytics with Information Technology certificate program.

Patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices are at risk for complications when undergoing heart surgery. UAB’s multi-disciplinary team is creating a platform to train anesthesiologists to help.
Learn ways to re-invent existing office processes, ace performance reviews, find coaching and develop empathy.

A seminar on aging, COVID-19 and financial caregiving made possible by the Regions Institute for Financial Education shared the latest trends and questions for older Americans and their caregivers to ask.

An AI model created by faculty in CAS and Engineering analyzes driving performance in seconds instead of hours — and could eventually teach new drivers to drive well.

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