This is a flyer that describes Birmingham BIG PITCH. It reads "Our vision is that Birmingham will become a national center of excellence in precision population health (PPH), driving health-related advances and sustainable economic growth, which can be scaled to the state and the country. This initative will use the strengths of our own resources as well as those of our regional partners in genomics, bioinformatics, diagnostics, next-generation therapeutics, biotechnology and technology commercialization to create a hub for health improvement solutions." Underneath is a baseball field diagram that shows the progression of the initiative.

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We believe that Birmingham can become the epicenter for precision population health in the Southeast, and it starts with this initiative. UAB has partnered with a consortium of HBCUs including Alabama A&M University, Alabama State University, Miles College and Tuskegee University, as well as with a number of Birmingham-based organizations including the City of Birmingham, ConnectionHealth, Pack Health/Quest Diagnostics, Southern Research, the Birmingham Business Alliance, Central Six Alabama Works, the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, First Avenue Ventures, Gener8tor, Prosper Birmingham and Southside Development Co.

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This is a banner that showcases all our partners, including UAB, Alabama A&M, ASU, City of Birmingham, ConnectionHealth, Miles College, Pack Health, Southern Research, Tuskegee University, Birmingham Business Alliance, Central Six Alabama Works, EDPA, First Avenue Ventures, Gener8tor, Prosper and Southside Development Company.