Matt Windsor

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Using machines at UAB Libraries or in their own units, staff, students and faculty are making tools for their research projects, classrooms and HVAC units campuswide. See their work and find out how you can get started.
Experts at ATTIS 2023 shared reports from the front lines, including how they are using ChatGPT in their labs, the need for regulation and why this is a “tremendous time” for health care.
UAB labs can get free freezer maintenance and any Blazer can pick up a few recycled ice packs — perfect for keeping lunches cool — thanks to the university’s research sustainability efforts.
Anxiety is everywhere. But you can work on your emotional resiliency with these strategies from a course students are raving about. It is “the class I wish I had had,” instructors say.
Completing mental health training is a great way for staff, faculty and students at UAB and UAB Medicine to share a culture of care and thriving. Three badges are available; the first can be earned in only a few hours.
With data from 25,000 deliveries at UAB, Vivek Shukla, M.D., aims to predict which fetal heart rates are cause for concern. He is also earning a Ph.D. in engineering to bridge the gap between clinicians and data scientists.

Karen Cropsey, Psy.D., director of UAB’s Center for Addiction and Pain Prevention and Intervention, served on an expert panel studying the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act.

Meet the 2022-2023 class of UAB’s flagship leadership academy for high-potential faculty and staff.

Curiosity led Jenna Taer to the Computer Forensics Research Lab — and on to a master’s degree in cybersecurity. Then a major industry scholarship let her network with CEOs in a field she loves.

A childhood illness, a year spent working for the UFC and an on-campus internship are all fueling a grad student’s goal of breaking down health care barriers through biotechnology.

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