University Partnerships

University of Alabama at Birmingham

University of Alabama at Birmingham – HudsonAlpha partnered with the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in 2014 to create the UAB-HudsonAlpha Center for Genomic Medicine to accelerate discoveries in genomics and propel those discoveries into clinical practice. The center spans human genome research and clinical care, incorporating research knowledge into predicting and diagnosing diseases and developing personalized therapies and cures. Click here to learn more: http://hudsonalpha.org/cgm/.

The Institute also collaborates with UAB’s world-renowned Comprehensive Cancer Center on a joint cancer research consortium pioneering efforts to diagnose, treat, and care for patients and families affected by cancer. The UAB-HudsonAlpha Cancer Consortium formalizes the two institutes’ fruitful collaborations dating back to 2010. The consortium’s goals are to improve cancer diagnosis, treatment, and care through research, and to reduce disparities in cancer outcomes among different demographic groups.

University of Alabama in Huntsville

University of Alabama Huntsville – UAH joined HudsonAlpha in an effort to encourage the commercial success of life science startups at the Institute, and to enhance the educational experience for UAH business students. The HudsonAlpha-UAH Entrepreneurship Collaboration was established to benefit both institutions as each strengthens its foothold in biotech, and to help build the life science workforce in Huntsville and throughout. The collaboration is led by Carter Wells, Vice President for Economic Development and Caron St. John, Dean of the College of Business and Administration at UAH.

Other University partnerships include:

Alabama A&M

Alabama State University

Auburn University

Clearview Cancer Institute

Huntsville Hospital

Oakwood University

Southern Research

Tanner Center for MS

The Heart Center

Tuskegee University

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