• A memorial to Pati and Riley

    In this story about fMRI use in epilepsy surgery, one patient explains why he had his surgeons' names tattooed on his arm. "I got the tattoo to thank my local physician for sending me to UAB and to thank Dr. Pati and Dr. Riley for doing their jobs as well as they have," said Robert “Barry” Tate after his surgery.

  • Oakes retires but stays busy

    Jerry Oakes, M.D., the Dan Hendley Professor of Pediatrics and Neurosurgery at Children's, will see his last patient in December. However, to call him a retiree would be a gross misnomer. Oakes is stepping back, but not away, and plans to continue to work with UAB, possibly staying on to teach.

  • Neurosurgery alumnus' Motorsports Safety Group partners with ARCA

    Dr. Jason Cormier, UAB Neurosurgery alumnus, crafted this strategic partnership with the Automobile Racing Club of America Safety Initiative Program to form a “Motorsports Healthcare Education Plan”, a high profile, interactive activation designed to reach millions of race fans throughout the country.

  • UAB in '100 Hospital and Health Systems with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs'

    Becker's Hospital Review has named UAB in the 2016 edition of its list, "100 Hospitals and Health Systems with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs." Read what the Review said about UAB.