Ryals Public Health Building

1665 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35233

Place Type

Academic, On Campus



Upcoming Events

First Friday Conversation: "Stigma Through the Lens of Disability"

Join the SOPH Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in a moderated panel discussion on how people with disabilities experience stigma and how we can all...

12/1 11:30am
Women's Health Policy Lunch and Learn: Evaluation of State Policy in the Southeast

Whitney Rice, DrPH, MPH, a UAB School of Public Health alumna, will present "Evaluation of State Policy in the Southeast: Consequences and Opportunities for...

12/4 12pm
 SOPH Graduation Celebration

The UAB School of Public Health is hosting a celebration event to celebrate all our students graduating during the Fall 2023 semester! Join us at the...

12/7 3pm
Dr. Moradi Hossein

UAB SOPH Department of Biostatistics Seminar Series Guest Speaker: Dr. Moradi Hossein Title: Dimension Reducation for 3D Brain...

12/8 12pm
Maternal HIV Infection and Child Health Outcomes in Uganda - The PACO study

This event is part of the Sparkman Center for Global Health Fall seminar series. Dr. Lisa Bebell will share her work on maternal HIV infection and child...

12/13 12pm

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Keyana Fitzpatrick

Keyana Fitzpatrick left a positive review 1/14/2020

This was great. I'm glad they gave us silverware kits.

Alicia Michelle Thurmond

Alicia Michelle Thurmond left a positive review 10/8/2019

Lois Gibbs was a great speaker. She captivated the audience with her personal lived experiences, and explained how others can make a difference in their communities just like she did.

Ryals Public Health Building

Ryals Public Health Building posted a photo 3/19/2019

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