Diversity Seminar Series: April 6th – feat. Dr. Gregory Payne

The GSBS DE&I Working Group invites you to attend the Diversity Seminar Series featuring Dr. Gregory Payne on Tuesday, April 6th from 12:00 – 1:30 PM.

A native from Muncie, IN, Gregory Payne, M.D., Ph.D. received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Yale University in 2005. He subsequently obtained his medical degree and a doctorate in cardiovascular physiology while completing a Medical Scientist Training Program at Indiana University School of Medicine in 2011. Payne joined the UAB ABIM Research Pathway in 2011and has since completed a residency in Internal Medicine and a clinical fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease. During clinical training, he was honored by the UAB Division of Cardiovascular Disease as the 2014 Vera Bittner Outstanding First-Year Fellow and 2015 Best Clinical Fellow. He was further recognized as the 2015-2016 Chief Cardiology Fellow. His clinical interests focus on general cardiology with a specific emphasis on vascular disease and inflammation.
As an assistant professor, Payne studies novel inflammatory pathways in cardiovascular disease. Payne’s research has been nationally recognized, and he is an inaugural recipient of the American Heart Association-Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program (AHA-AMFDP) Career Development Award. Furthermore, Payne has distinguished himself as an academic leader as the Assistant Director of the UAB Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) and Co-Director of UAB’s DRIVEN Research Initiative to promote academic advancement for trainees from underrepresented backgrounds.

Please use the link below to register. We hope to see you there!