Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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In the wake of recent events in Ferguson, Mo., The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) held a panel discussion and town hall meeting on Tues., Sept. 16, 2014, regarding the relations between law enforcement and minorities in Birmingham. The Rev. Calvin Woods discussed changes for the better in the Birmingham Police Department since the Civil Rights Movement.
One reason a reduction in calories sold has not translated into a reduction in obesity could be that the balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates in a diet may be more important for weight than calories, said obesity expert Kevin Fontaine of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
At UAB Hospital, doctors and staff have been preparing for Ebola even though they say it's not likely we'll ever see an Ebola patient here in Birmingham.
Jeffrey R. Curtis, M.D., of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and colleagues set out to determine whether the risk of shingles in older patients with RA differs depending on which biologic drug is being used
The fourth annual event – hosted by UAB Employee Wellness – is open to employees and their families, as well as students and alumni.
“Arrhythmias were very common post HeartWare LVAD implant,” Salpy V. Pamboukian, MD, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, concluded during a presentation here. “Most arrhythmias were associated with clinical symptoms, such as hypotension and decreased VAD flows, and the majority were managed medically. Despite some increases in morbidity, arrhythmias were not associated with increased mortality in patients with a HeartWare LVAD.”
Eight months later, as a way to say thank you for his dedication, Dr. Hrynkiw was made an honorary coach for UAB's football team Saturday
UAB's Digital Media Fellows Program hopes to help students gain experience in the field and receive a much-needed paycheck at the same time.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has been named one of America's "Up-and-Coming Schools" for 2015 in a new national ranking released last week by U.S. News and World Report.
From The Opinion Pages: Room for Debate
"Teaching should be one of the most revered and prestigious professions in our society — considering how it shapes the future — and it should be one in which the diversity of our society is reflected," said Deborah Voltz, dean of the School of Education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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