Kidney recipients infected only with HIV do as well as uninfected recipients, but HIV-infected recipients co-infected with hepatitis C virus have poorer outcomes.
Kenneth Saag, M.D., M.Sc., professor of Medicine and director of the Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education, is one of a limited number of physicians elected into the AAP, a professional organization for the advancement of scientific and practical medicine.
Guest speaker and former Surgeon General Regina Benjamin among many who will see new approaches and successful models of current health-disparities research.
UAB is testing a tablet-based decision aid in hopes of improving outcomes for minority women with lupus and kidney disease.
New research from UAB suggests not all strep throat is really strep throat, and attention must be paid to another bacterium that packs a nasty wallop.
Jennifer Pollock, Ph.D., recently received the Bodil M. Schmidt-Nielsen Distinguished Mentor and Scientist Award from the American Physiological Society.
In a New England Journal of Medicine editorial, UAB expert Michael Saag, M.D., says a better understanding of stigma and behavior are needed for HIV prevention.
Marc A. Nivet, Ed.D., MBA, chief diversity officer of the Association of American Medical Colleges, presented “Diversity and Inclusion in Academic Medicine: From Fairness to Excellence” at the Department of Medicine Grand Rounds on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
Five faculty members in the UAB School of Medicine have been named the inaugural James A. Pittman Jr., M.D., Scholars, a new program organized to recognize the contributions of junior faculty.
UAB has been selected to join the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Care Center Network.