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Disability Support Services helps students achieve success and challenges them to higher education goals.
Three students will spend the summer studying in China, South Korea and India.
Riding bicycles is a fun and healthy way to get around efficiently. Know the rules and keep yourself safe while riding.

Constraint-Induced Therapy, developed as a rehabilitation technique following stroke, appears beneficial for patients with multiple sclerosis, according to new findings from UAB.

Researchers will look at the effectiveness and accuracy of using virtual training as a way to help parents in rural areas install child restraint systems properly.
The University Innovation Fellowship provides a platform for students to innovate outside the classroom.
Two graduate students and a UAB program are in the vanguard of efforts to increase underrepresented researchers in neuroscience.
A UAB graduate student will work with the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety to gain hands-on research experience applicable to his work in the UAB TRIP Lab.
Doctoral student Jonathan Adams offers tips to identify and address bullying based on psychology research.
A peer mentoring group for black male students, BMEN is designed to provide academic and social support to those entering UAB.
Driving assessments and experience in diverse driving situations could lead to fewer crashes among young drivers.

UAB students will focus on transportation research as part of Federal Highway Administration fellowship.

UAB psychology instructor will lead national organization devoted to the growth and development of the art therapy profession.
The center is funded by a $7 million grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities.
The research team will measure physical-based outcomes as well as emotional-based outcomes from the therapy.
Following a few simple guidelines can help make Halloween fun, not scary, for teens and kids.
Virtual reality delivery of CI therapy, a form of physical rehabilitation shown to be highly effective, allows stroke patients to access this complex treatment in their own homes.
Reintegration into school has been a noticeably neglected area of focus in concussion research, particularly in comparison to research on return-to-play. When and how a student should be fully integrated into the classroom are just two questions UAB and Children’s of Alabama researchers are looking to answer.
Junior Autumne Lee will study abroad in Accra, Ghana, and sophomore Jordan McGill will study in Tokyo, Japan.
The findings from the NIH-funded study will have implications on targeted interventions and policy changes in distracted driving.
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