UAB enrolls nation’s first patient in Phase III drug trial for preeclampsia If successful, this would be a significant clinical breakthrough for pregnant women and reduce pre-term births and infant mortality.

UAB is expected to be a leader in the trial, which will enroll 120 women at centers around the country during the next 18 months.

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Nuclear medicine technology students battle an invisible foe In one class, students play hide’n’seek with an opponent they cannot see: a radioactive isotope. They have the rare experience using a SAM 940, a new radiation isotope identifier, paid for in part by gifts to the department.

“This state-of-the-art tool is a great acquisition for our students to learn the latest technology in their field, and it is available for the UAB and Birmingham communities in case there is ever a radiation emergency,” said Program Director Norman Bolus.