Kenneth Hoyt received an NIH award to support the development of a non-invasive ultrasound imaging technique for monitoring drug treatment in cancer patients.
Robert J. Stanley, now professor emeritus, came to UAB as chair of the radiology department in 1982, serving in that role until his retirement in 2013.
Heidi Umphrey, M.D., M.S., recently received the AUR GE Radiology Research Academic Fellowship Award.
Scott Plutchak's diagnosis of transverse myelitis exposed him to a quality of medical communication not often encountered.
Originally built in 1975, the Wallace Tumor Institute is the hub of the Comprehensive Cancer Center’s research and administrative enterprise.
Surjith Vattoth, M.D., assistant professor of radiology received the annual Radiological Society of North America Honored Educator Award.
Most known for his work in head and neck radiology, Chapman provides expertise in advanced brain tumor imaging and interventional spine procedures.
In this preliminary analysis, the first human study treatment neither built up in organs nor destroyed the bone marrow’s ability to make blood cells.
In an engineering feat, the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center installs a cyclotron unique to academic medical settings.