Jay M. McDonald, M.D., director of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Center for Metabolic Bone Disease, has won the 2010 Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
McDonald is a senior scientist at UAB's Comprehensive Cancer Center, Center for AIDS Research, Center for Aging, Gene Therapy Center, Center for Health Promotion and BioMatrix Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Center. He was pathologist-in-chief at UAB Hospital from 1990 to 2008.
New options for residency in Ophthalmology open for young researchersUAB’s Department of Ophthalmology provides a new residency program track to give incoming residents the option to participate in a clinical or basic research project of their choice.posted yesterday 150 viewsUAB Medicine first in Alabama to empower patients with physician ratingsIn contrast to unreliable third-party physician rating and review systems, UAB Medicine is empowering consumers to make informed health care decisions based on reliable information from actual patients through its online physician directory.posted 2 days ago 477 viewsResearch shows sharing of cavity-causing bacteria may not be only from mothers to childrenKids often acquire S. mutans, a cavity-causing bacterium from nonfamily members, researchers report at the American Society for Microbiology annual meeting.posted 2 days ago 619 viewsUAB Hospital first in Alabama to offer first-of-its-kind dissolving heart stentUAB Medicine is the first in Alabama to advance cardiology services by offering a first-of-its-kind heart stent that gradually dissolves in the body.posted 5 days ago 1784 viewsPrecision medicine clinical trial available for cancer patients at UABUAB now offers the largest cancer precision medicine clinical trial, NCI-MATCH, with customized treatments for patients based on genetics.posted 6 days ago 797 viewsTechnology improves clinical trial management and patient experienceUAB has implemented a new application suite to improve clinical trial management, and enhance communication among trial sites and with study participants.posted 7 days ago 683 viewsNIH awards UAB three maternal and infant health grantsUAB continues to improve maternal and infant health as the only university to be a member of all three NIH perinatal networks.posted 8 days ago 1038 viewsChronic fatigue syndrome flare-ups caused by straining muscles and nervesMild to moderate muscle and nerve strain provokes symptom flares in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome.posted 9 days ago 4727 viewsUAB researchers awarded $11.5 million to study asymptomatic congenital CMV and neonatal HSVThe NIH recently awarded UAB $11.5 million to support studies that will assess treatment of babies born with congenital cytomegalovirus but no symptoms, and frequency of neonatal herpes infections in the United States and Peru.posted 13 days ago 4427 viewsPregnant women more likely to have gingivitis in first and second trimesters, study showsA new study from the UAB School of Dentistry shows that women who are pregnant are more likely to have gingivitis in their first and second trimesters, which can negatively affect mother and baby.posted 14 days ago 1265 viewsPaintFest America, a community art project, comes to UAB on July 14PaintFest America, a nationwide tour engaging cancer communities in the healing power of art, visits UAB on July 14.
BCRFA announces funding opportunity for collaborative breast cancer researchBCRFA is accepting proposals for a two-year collaborative breast cancer research award among the UAB Cancer Center, Southern Research and HudsonAlpha.posted 21 days ago 1107 viewsBaptist Health opens new multispecialty clinic with UAB Medicine at Baptist SouthClinic opens Aug. 1 and will initially offer urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and rheumatology care.posted 22 days ago 1681 viewsUAB Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery program achieves national accreditationThe Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program says UAB meets all criteria as a Comprehensive Center to deliver safe, high-quality bariatric patient care.posted 21 days ago 1278 viewsThe warning signs of mental illness and addictionA UAB psychologist discusses addiction and recognizing the symptoms of mental illness in adults and children.posted 27 days ago 1511 viewsCoaching program will help family caregivers of cancer patients be healthyNicholas Dionne-Odom, Ph.D., will use a five-year, $935,000 award to research and develop a health-coaching program to support family caregivers for persons with advanced cancer and help them stay healthy and functioning at a high level.posted 27 days ago 1333 viewsLikelihood of widespread Zika outbreak in United States lowHigh mosquito and human population densities, combined with mosquito breeding conditions, are the central cause for Zika virus.posted 28 days ago 2389 viewsBail receives American Cancer Society awardThe grant will provide Bail a total of $30,000 of support over two years as she enters the dissertation phase of her studies.posted 28 days ago 624 viewsAvoiding and treating for contact with poisonous plantsWith these tips from UAB Emergency Medicine, know how to identify poison ivy, oak and sumac, protect yourself against allergic reaction, and treat exposed areas.posted 29 days ago 1588 viewsProton International and UAB to develop state’s first proton treatment centerThe partnership will bring a highly effective and precise alternative to traditional radiation therapy for treating cancer and some noncancerous tumors, without many of the side effects that often accompany treatment.posted a while back 2632 views
- Event Date July 14