Agarwal’s appointment follows the Feb. 8, 2013, selection of former Dean and Senior Vice President Ray L. Watts, M.D., as the seventh president of UAB.

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This year’s contribution brings the BCRFA's cumulative total donations for research at UAB to nearly $4 million.

Awards were given in four key areas — clinical care, medical education, laboratory research and patient-oriented research projects.

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Make 2013 memorable by following these UAB doctor-recommended lifestyle changes.
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The latest edition of Best Doctors in America ® recognizes 325 UAB physicians — voted by their peers as the best.

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UAB investigators will examine new technology, including iPads, as better tools to explain research studies to potential participants.

Black men and women have twice the risk of fatal coronary heart disease as whites, but the disparity could be eliminated with better risk factor control.

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Researchers at UAB have performed the first U.S. trial of a foam sealant injected into the lungs.

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The program works to reduce avoidable hospitalizations among nursing facility residents.

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NEJM study shows aspirin has the potential to block tumor growth in certain colorectal cancer patients.
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A combination of cancer drugs showed promise in killing triple-negative breast cancer cells.

The annual community event will be held Oct. 8.

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Lisa Laycock Willett, M.D., was named to the Dr. Tinsley R. Harrison Endowed Chair in Medical Resident Education
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Charles Seth Landefeld, M.D., was named to the Spencer Chair in Medical Science Leadership
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Harry P. Erba, M.D., Ph.D., the inaugural holder of the Albert F. LoBuglio Endowed Chair for Translational Cancer Research
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Discovery may broaden clinical applications for a class of drugs that show promise for the treatment of familial breast and ovarian cancer.

UAB research team finds protein TLR9 holds key to predicting survival and aggressiveness of  triple negative breast cancer.

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Because most years see low incidence rates of West Nile, vaccine research is challenging; UAB experts say reach for the DEET.

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CT scans can help physicians predict which COPD patients are likely to take a turn for the worse, say UAB researchers.

Adrenalin-suppressing beta-blockers may delay need for valve-replacement surgery if used early in a growing cause of heart disease.

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