OB/GYN

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Faculty Administrative Position

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    Alan Tita, Senior Vice Chair for Research and Innovation

    Dr. Tita is UAB John C. Hauth, MD Endowed Professor of Ob/Gyn, Vice-Chair for Research, Director of the Center for Women’s Reproductive Health and PI of the NICHD Maternal Fetal Medicine Units (MFMU) network center. His background is in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Perinatal Epidemiology. Dr. Tita has led and continues to lead the design and conduct of collaborative multi-site and single-site clinical trials and observational studies that influence practice and policy globally such as the optimal...

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    Isabel Scarinci-Searles, Vice Chair of Global and Rural Health

    Isabel Scarinci, Ph.D., MPH, is a behavioral scientist with a deep commitment to the elimination of cancer disparities in the U.S. and in low- and middle-income countries. The focus of her work is on the application of behavioral science to public health by promoting behavior change at the population level. Her primary area of interest is cancer prevention and control (including tobacco control) among low-income, racial/ethnic minorities, and immigrant populations (particularly Latinos and Afric...

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    Joseph Biggio, Vice Chairperson

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    Joseph Philips III, Division Director

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    Todd Jenkins, Senior Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs

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    Warner Huh M.D., Department Chairperson

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    William Andrews, Department Chairperson

    William W. Andrews, PhD, MD, is from Dale County, Alabama. He received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University, 1974, and completed his PhD in Physiology, 1980, (Reproductive Neuroendocrinology) from The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Andrews received his MD degree, cum laude, from University of Alabama School of Medicine, 1984. He obtained his residency training at University Hospital, 1988, where he received Best Senior Resident Research Prese...

  • Faculty Position

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    Andy Norman, Associate Professor - Clinical (P)

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    C Parker Jr, Professor - Adjunct (P)

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    Earl Stradtman, Assistant Professor - Clinical (P)

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    Edward Partridge M.D., Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Isabel Scarinci-Searles, Professor (P)

    Isabel Scarinci, Ph.D., MPH, is a behavioral scientist with a deep commitment to the elimination of cancer disparities in the U.S. and in low- and middle-income countries. The focus of her work is on the application of behavioral science to public health by promoting behavior change at the population level. Her primary area of interest is cancer prevention and control (including tobacco control) among low-income, racial/ethnic minorities, and immigrant populations (particularly Latinos and Afric...

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    J Austin Jr, Professor - Emeritus and Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    John Hauth, Professor - Emeritus and Professor - Emeritus (P)

    Dr. Hauth is board-certified in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. He is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Director of the Center for Research in Women's Health and Chairman of the Ob-Gyn Department. He has a national/international reputation as a clinical investigator in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and has published extensively on operative obstetrics, preeclampsia and the role of maternal infection in spontaneous preterm labor and delivery. He is an editor of the newest edition of Williams Obstetrics.

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    Robert Goldenberg, Professor - Emeritus and Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Robert Rebar, Professor - Clinical (P)

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    Warner Huh M.D., Professor (P)

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    William Andrews, Professor (P)

    William W. Andrews, PhD, MD, is from Dale County, Alabama. He received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University, 1974, and completed his PhD in Physiology, 1980, (Reproductive Neuroendocrinology) from The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Andrews received his MD degree, cum laude, from University of Alabama School of Medicine, 1984. He obtained his residency training at University Hospital, 1988, where he received Best Senior Resident Research Prese...

  • Faculty Secondary Appointments

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    Jeffery Szychowski, Assistant Professor (S)

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    Joseph Philips III, Associate Professor (S)

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    Tika Benveniste Ph.D., Professor (S)

    Dr. Etty (Tika) Benveniste was the Founding Chair of the Department of Cell, Developmental and Integrative Biology (2012-2017). Benveniste served as Chair of the Department of Cell Biology (2000-2011). Benveniste also holds the Alma B. Maxwell-University of Alabama Health Services Foundation (UAHSF), Endowed Chair in Biomedical Research. In January 2015, Benveniste was appointed interim Senior Associate Dean for Research Administration at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of M...

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