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Neurobiology Seminar Series

John Huguenard, Ph.D., Professor of Neurology, Stanford University will be presenting "Permanent axon dysfunction following maternal immune activation with...

Neurobiology Seminar Series

Keri Martinowich, Ph.D., Lead Investigator in the Brain Development division of the Lieber Institute, Johns Hopkins University, will be presenting "TBA." The...

Neurobiology Seminar Series

Jonathan Kipnis, Ph.D., Professor/Chair, Department of Neuroscience, University of Virginia will be presenting "How and why peripheral immune system affects...

Neurobiology Seminar Series

Yarimar Carrasquillo, Ph.D., Principle Investigator, NIH/NCCIH Behavioral, Neurocircuitry and Cellular Plasticity Section will be presenting “TBA.” Host is...

HIV/AIDS: Testing, Treatment, and Care in Panama with Ana Belén Araúz Rodríguez, MD

Join the Office of Public Health Practice, the Public Health Student Association, the UAB Center for AIDS Research, and the Sparkman Center for Global Health...

Cancer Center Seminar

Andrew S. Kraft, M.D., Director Emeritus, University of Arizona Cancer Center, will present "Novel Targets for PIM and AKT-Directed Chemotherapy."

Microbiology Department Seminar Series

Dr. Ralph Sanderson, Professor and Director of the Division of Molecular & Cellular Pathology at UAB will be presenting "Heparanse-mediated regulation of...

BMG Seminar Series

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Andrei Korostelev, from the University of Massachusetts, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, as our...

Cancer Control & Population Sciences Seminar

Ursula Wesselmann, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anesthesiology, Neurology and Psychology, William A. Lell, M.D. – Paul N. Samuelson, M.D. Endowed Professor, UAB...

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