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Virtual Community Events

Exercise Medicine Journal Club

Exercise Medicine Journal Club (GBS 746J Exercise Medicine) - hosted by the UAB Center for Exercise Medicine - which was previously open only to UAB Graduate...

9/21 11:30am
Virtual Event
NRTC Seminar Series: Malgorzata Kasztan, PhD

"Advances in our understanding of sickle cell nephropathy" Malgorzata Kasztan, PhD Instructor in Medicine, UAB Cardio-Renal Physiology & Medicine,...

9/21 12pm
Virtual Event
Tuesday Morning Yoga

Start your day off right! Every Tuesday at 8 a.m., the School of Health Professions Wellness Committee hosts a virtual Yoga.

9/22 8am
Virtual Event
Conversation

Alcoholics Anonymous is hosting online meetings. These meetings are open to anyone seeking recovery for alcoholism.

9/22 5:30pm
Virtual Event
CRC Open Recovery Meeting

The UAB Collegiate Recovery Community hosts weekly support meetings intended for those people in or seeking recovery from substance use and co-occurring...

9/22 7pm
Virtual Event
Conversation

Narcotics Anonymous focuses on the 12 steps as a solution to treat addiction. Anyone seeking information on recovery is welcome to attend.

9/23 7:30pm
Virtual Event
Pathology Grand Rounds

James J. Kobie, PhD, Associate Professor, UAB Department of Medicine, Infectious Diseases, will present “SARS-CoV-2: B cell dysregulation and protective...

9/24 8am
Virtual Event
NRTC Seminar Series: Kenneth Ataga, MD

Kenneth Ataga, MD Plough Foundation Endowed Chair in Sickle Cell Disease, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics; Director, UTHSC Ctr for Sickle Cell Disease,...

9/28 12pm
Virtual Event
Pathology Grand Rounds

Anant Madabhushi, PhD, F Alex Nason Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, Research Health Scientist at Louis Stokes...

10/1 8am
Virtual Event
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