Events

Wednesday, January 5

Dr. Muhannad Almubarak
This is a past event.

"Obesity: A Personal Journey" presented by Dr. Muhannad Almubarak Cardiology Fellow Division of Cardiovascular Disease Department of Medicine The...

7am
Virtual Event
eLearning Training - Extended Hours
This is a past event.

Virtual or In-Person One-on-One training sessions are available to instructors for assistance in using Canvas, Zoom, Kaltura, or other academic technology....

All of Us Enrollment Event
This is a past event.

The future of Alabama's health begins with you. At the moment, health care is often one-size-fits-all. But imagine a future where your health care is...

Dr. Jianlong Wang, PhD
This is a past event.

Please join us as we welcome Dr. Jianlong Wang, PhD, from the Department of Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. The title of...

10am
Virtual Event
CCTS Drop-In Clinic

CCTS offers free consultations with our Biostats, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD), Biorepository, Bionutrition, Clinical Research Unit (CRU), and...

Discover Our Programs Virtually

Change Your Career. Change Lives. Enroll in our Accelerate Master’s in Nursing Pathway and become a licensed to practice as an RN in three semesters while...

12pm
Virtual Event
Lisa Willett, MD (left) & Erin Snyder, MD (right)
This is a past event.

Lisa Willett, Professor, Director for Tinsley Harrison Internal Medicine Residency Program, and Erin Snyder, MD, Professor, Director of Ambulatory Services,...

12pm
Virtual Event
Pain and Addiction Special Interest Group (PASIG)
This is a past event.

The Pain and Addiction Special Interest Group (PASIG) is a welcoming community that supports a monthly conversation across UAB departments on current...

1pm
Virtual Event
Locke Lab Meeting
This is a past event.

A weekly meeting for members of the Locke Lab, otherwise know as TEAM.

Wednesday, January 5

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