Matt Windsor

Matt Windsor

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Enrollment in Eddie Nabors’s course on Poverty and Human Capability has more than tripled in the past year. Why? He gives students the chance to help the working poor receive thousands of dollars each and avoid scammers — even during a pandemic.
When use of an obscure antidepressant exploded across the state, William Rushton, M.D., who directs UAB’s medical toxicology program and the state’s poison control hotline, began an investigation that led the Alabama Department of Public Health to halt sales.
Are you Analytical or an Enthusiast? Amiable or a Controller? Find helpful advice for any workplace personality in Handling Workplace Change as an Employee, a free on-demand course for UAB employees through LinkedIn Learning.

Medications to treat opioid use disorder include methadone, naltrexone and buprenorphine. Leah Leisch, M.D., medical director of Substance Use Services at UAB Beacon Recovery Services, explains how each is used and prescribed.

High-stakes negotiations, comma wars and acres of fine print — it’s all in a day’s work for the hard-working staff in the Office of Sponsored Programs.

Here are seven ways the Research Administration Process Improvement and Design task force is finding new efficiencies to help the university be more successful in the extremely competitive world of research funding. Track progress on the task force’s data dashboards.

New state legislation matches federal small-business grants to Alabama-based recipients. Find out how to take advantage of these opportunities in the updated UAB Startup Guide, created by the university's Entrepreneurial Development Committee.
Discover how the latest class in UAB’s flagship leadership development program for high-potential faculty and staff responded to the pandemic; nominations for fall 2021 class are open now.
Data science is one of today's hottest fields. Meet staff from the departments of Medicine and Biostatistics who are preparing to expand their roles at work and pursue personal goals in the university’s graduate program, which launched in 2018.
Five faculty who are principal investigators of major cohort studies explain how COVID-19 forced them to rethink and respond — and how their projects are contributing to the fight.
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