Tyler Greer

Tyler Greer

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(205) 934-2041

Traditional campus administration; Provost special projects; transplant services; nephrology; hepatology; Liver Center; diabetes; gastroenterology; GI surgery; digestive health; radiology
Twenty-one students who have established themselves as leaders and innovators will travel to California in April for additional mentoring and support for their projects.
Lead author of paper published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice journal says, while causal relationship cannot be inferred, findings are “absolutely encouraging.”
Study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology shows fecal incontinence risk from anal intercourse is heightened for both women and men, with men almost three times as likely to experience incontinence.
Fourteen-year-old Angelynn Luckado’s cystic fibrosis ravaged her organs, leading to an extensive hospital stay, an extremely rare and complicated transplant, and now a hope for a healthier life thanks to an organ donor.
North Carolina resident Jerry Phillips has known since 2001 that he would one day need a kidney transplant. Fourteen years later, his need was fulfilled by a stranger and his transplant surgery performed by a friend.
Certified application counselors will be at The Kirklin Clinic on Dec. 12 and Jan. 23 to answer questions and help those who are eligible enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholars program award will support the doctoral studies of Jacqueline Bui and Anna Hoenig.
James Landis’ personal cardiologist says his 88-year-old patient’s heart went from roaring like a freight train to humming like a fine-tuned engine after procedure.
Moneyham was elected to the position in October and will continue in her role as president-elect of the Alabama League for Nursing.
UAB surgeons patched mitral and tricuspid valve leaks, which eliminated Terry Maddox’s fluid retention and got her congestive heart failure to drop from a Class 4 to Class 1.
 
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