Koushik Kasanagottu, the 2013 William P. Bloom Award recipient, knows how to make his visions a reality. The junior majoring in biology has devoted much of his time at The University of Alabama to diabetes prevention education as the founder and president of the Diabetes Education Team.
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Medical students across the country learned on March 15 where they would spend the next stage of their graduate medical education and training.
The College’s Rural Health Leaders Pipeline was recognized with an Outstanding Rural Health Program Award from the National Rural Health Association. The award will be presented May 9 at the association’s annual conference in Kentucky.
Dan Avery, MD, tells unforgettable stories about practicing medicine in Alabama in his book, Tales of a Country Obstetrician. Avery is associate professor and chair of the College’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and division chief of pathology in the Department of Surgery. The College is also a regional campus of the University of Alabama […]
Lloyda Williamson, MD, DFAPA, received one of four Southeastern Conference Visiting Faculty Travel Grants allocated to the University of Alabama. The grant program is intended to enhance faculty collaboration among SEC universities. Williamson is an associate professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the College, which is also a regional campus of the University of […]
Allyson Welch, director of Billing and Compliance for the College, has earned the designation of Certified Healthcare Auditor. The certification is designed to train health care professionals responsible for conducting risk or compliance audits. The focus is to understand government expectations when performing internal audits, develop leadership skills required to responsibly manage an audit team, […]
The College’s Tuscaloosa Family Medicine Residency welcomes 14 new residents this year into its Class of 2016. A total of 65 candidates were interviewed for the available 14 residency positions, and the three-year residency was able to fill all the positions through the match process. Through the National Residency Match Program, residency programs across the […]
The University of Alabama sponsored a free screening of the documentary “Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare,” which first appeared at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The American health care system can change for the better, but it’s up to leaders to spark a conversation about real change and it’s up to people to […]
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