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  • Question, persuade, refer: Learn more about QPR, the CPR of suicide prevention
  • School of Public Health welcomes inaugural cohort of Dean’s Excellence in Research Doctoral Fellowship recipients
  • Public Health’s Fall Information Sessions provide a closer look at graduate programs
  • Amita Manatunga honored for Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in Statistical Sciences
  • NHLBI awards $36.7 million to UAB for continuation of CARDIA Study
  • $6.9 million awarded to UAB to continue knee osteoarthritis research
  • Birmingham Field Center awarded 10-year $7.7 million continuation of a decades-long Cardiovascular Risk Study
  • Couples who dream together, stay together: Bangladeshi couple graduates with their Ph.D.s
  • Szychowski named Chair of the UAB Department of Biostatistics
  • Chatham named director of UAB Center for Teaching and Learning
  • UAB to honor summer graduates with two ceremonies Friday, Aug. 11
  • Sparkman Center offers hands-on training course on global health and community development
  • 9 faculty elevated to Distinguished, University professorships
  • Mekki selected for prestigious Johnson & Johnson internship
  • UAB awarded over $6.9 million to continue knee osteoarthritis research
  • Summer Institute gives Birmingham-area high school students a closer look at Public Health
  • Fatal crashes rose in Alabama over the past three years, new UAB study finds
  • Interventions with social determinants of health may help prevent uncontrolled blood pressure, while reducing cardiovascular disease deaths annually
  • Fatal crashes rose in Alabama over past 3 years, new UAB study finds
  • Disparities found in telehealth use among pediatric Medicaid enrollees in Alabama
  • UAB Sustainable Smart Cities Research Center awarded $1 million grant to fund urban agriculture projects in Birmingham

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