Parents’ driving distracted is a significant danger, and a UAB study suggests suburban and rural parents use cellphones with children in the car.
Moon Nahm’s research has led to improvements in testing effectiveness of pneumonia vaccines, a key step to preventing deaths from S. pneumoniae, the leading cause of pneumonia estimated to kill 1.6 million children annually.
BREMSS celebrates the 20th anniversary of the founding of the regional trauma system.
Learning how sensory organs in the skin work may solve sensory disorders, including pain seen in inflammation, diabetes and cancer treatment.
Twenty faculty and six clinical departments are winners of the 2016 Argus Awards, given each year by medical students to honor their professors and course directors for excellence in medical education.
Ashley Cannon, Ph.D., is the first individual in the UAB neurofibromatosis program to have received this significant honor.
UAB researchers want to introduce Alabama cancer survivors to a new kind of therapy — gardening.
A fight with breast cancer has brought Odenville Elementary teachers Meg Lowry and Michelle Simmons closer as they learn the disease is “not your grandmother’s story anymore.”
Carlos A. Estrada, M.D., M.S., will begin the role of associate provost for Interprofessional Education and director of the Center for Interprofessional Education and Simulation (CIPES) on January 2, 2017.
Nearly 50 participants enjoyed dinner at Rojo Birmingham while blindfolded to gain an understanding of the daily challenges presented by vision impairment.
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