Male and female mice use different immune cells to process chronic pain, indicating that different therapies for different genders could better target the problem.
Two children die each day in the United States as a result of poisoning. UAB child safety expert David Schwebel, Ph.D., works to prevent this from occurring.
Published in News You Can Use
While mom Kirsten Woods was working toward an online degree at UAB from Texas, daughter Shannon Woods earned her degree on campus. They will walk together at Saturday’s commencement ceremony.
Published in Student Experience
UAB yields two-plus winners for fourth consecutive year for national undergraduate research scholarship program.
Published in Student Experience
Combined measurements of brain anatomy, connectivity and neurochemistry distinguish autism spectrum disorder subjects from controls.
Brian Nykanen is a Cadet in the Army ROTC and honors student.
Published in Student Experience
Public lecture by MIT monk and philosopher will probe issues of personal and social transformation.
Published in Student Experience
Best of 2014 2
Injured military personnel to benefit from unique set of therapies offered at UAB.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
Looking forward to a promising 2015, UAB News revisits some top stories of 2014.
Best of 2014 2Women have no effect on mice, but men cause a stress level comparable to a three-minute swim. Results indicate that researchers should account for these variables.
Jarred Younger’s lab seeks to develop the state’s first research and treatment center for neuroinflammatory disorders.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
Haley Johnson singled out for youth injury research award.
Published in Student Experience
A 1993 UAB scientific paper describing CI Therapy has been named the most cited article in major rehabilitation journals over the past 30 years.
A UAB scientist participated in a panel with other brain plasticity experts and His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.
UAB Youth Safety Lab offers tips for safe holiday fun.
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A UAB scientist will participate in a panel alongside other brain plasticity experts and His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.
Study explores patterns such as top 5 most common sports and recreation injuries.
Published in Faculty Excellence
Professor David Schwebel, Ph.D., developed a new virtual-reality system to help reduce pedestrian injuries and deaths among children.
Brain scans dispel assumptions about Internet safety, as well as show that critical-thinking skills and impulsivity are at work as users identify spam and phishing sites.
UAB offers activities in support of National Eating Disorders Week.
Published in Service to Community
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