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  • COVID-19 Updates

    Our entire UA System – UA, UAB, UAH and the UAB Health System – is dedicating all possible resources to reopen our campuses in a manner that will be the gold standard for colleges and universities across the nation. While we do not know when our students will return, when they do we will be ready to welcome them to the safest campuses in America. Chancellor Finis St. John has established a System-wide Task Force to meet our goals using strategies of all kinds: testing measures, enhanced cleaning, classroom procedures, housing policies, security and wellness programs, and more.

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  • UAH’s Invention to Innovation Center creates spark for entrepreneurial ecosystem

    HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — A new facility in the University of Alabama System that aims to fuel entrepreneurship, build regional collaboration and spur the development of science and technology firms across North Alabama and beyond is off to a strong start.

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  • Dean Vickers: UAB Medicine is building on rapid growth to achieve lofty goals

    Over the past five years, Dr. Selwyn Vickers has seen the UAB medical enterprise build on a powerful growth spurt that began more than a decade ago. It’s a continued evolution that has further lifted UAB’s reputation and thrust it onto the national stage for research, patient care and education.

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  • Matt Might’s personal quest sparks UAB precision medicine revolution

    For Dr. Matt Might, director of the Hugh Kaul Precision Medicine Institute at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the future of medicine revolves around physicians harnessing information on a scale unimagined by patients today.

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  • Universities’ programs tackle health care issues in rural Alabama

    In Alabama’s rural communities, a health care crisis is spreading. Local hospitals are straining under economic pressures and slashing services to keep the doors open. In all but a handful of counties, there is a shortage of front-line doctors.

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