Matt Windsor

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Discoveries led by Casey Weaver, M.D., revealed a new commander of the immune system and a new class of therapies for autoimmune diseases. In 2022, Weaver was elected to the National Academy of Sciences — now he has been selected for the academic medical center’s highest faculty honor.

Jamye Hester, administrative projects specialist in the Center for Clinical and Translational Science, is the 2022 winner of the President’s Award for Excellence in Shared Values. We asked this longtime Blazer for her advice on what every employee should know.
Is your monitor too low or keyboard too high? Get your workspace set up right and learn the risks of cumulative trauma with UAB’s online Office Ergonomics Awareness Course.

Take a look at new technologies being studied at UAB for treatment of depression, sleep apnea, traumatic brain injury and tic disorders.

Scientists participating in the UAB Green Labs program explain why they take part, the biggest changes they made and how it has affected their labs.
UAB’s Green Labs program has grown 700% in six years and now has more than 150 participating labs. New this year: sterilizer streamlining, freezer loans, Styrofoam baling and a vast cache of glass.

Each year, some 100,000 Americans have surgery to repair the knee’s anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL. But treatment and prevention best practices continue to evolve. Hear from a surgeon and a physical therapist on the latest thinking at UAB.

Anath Shalev, M.D., did everything she could to change treatment for Type 1 diabetes from her lab, but getting to first-in-human trials meant taking a step she had always resisted. The most surprising thing about launching a startup, though? “I have enjoyed it.”

Unload, weed, assist shoppers and more. Here are six ways you can serve your fellow Blazers at UAB’s food pantry as it experiences record growth.

New treatments emerging from the labs in the Department of Chemistry rely on split-second timing, tiny cargo bubbles and supercomputer-powered predictions.
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