A UAB professor wrote guidelines for nutrition therapy for HIV-positive patients.
The Alabama Vaccine Research Clinic will be testing the efficacy of a vaccine that could help combat a rare strain of avian influenza.
A published UAB perspective suggests interventions that could help avoid sexual transmission of HIV without condoms.
UAB's 1917 Clinic is celebrating 30 years of treating patients living with HIV.

With Birmingham-area hospital emergency medicine resources stretched to capacity, physicians urge those with flu symptoms to call primary care providers or utilize UAB eMedicine.

Local organizations fighting to end the spread of AIDS by 2030 will be a focal point at UAB’s World AIDS Day celebration.
Protecting vulnerable populations from contracting influenza is a priority among UAB and local organizations.
Fall allergies have symptoms similar to the flu, but treatment varies drastically
A collaboration between Birmingham AIDS Outreach and the UAB 1917 Clinic looks to provide nutrition support and education to address and prevent the rise of chronic disease in patients living with HIV.
Infectious diseases professor at UAB will collaborate with researchers, policy experts and clinicians from across the country to provide nonpartisan, evidence-based guidance.
nycu graphic 2A UAB Infectious Diseases physician discusses bacteria found in food-borne illnesses and why you should wash your hands.
Leaders in HIV research and treatment gather at UAB to address laws that prohibit gay men from donating blood.
A program that supports historically disadvantaged health professionals chooses two researchers in the UAB Department of Medicine as finalists.
UAB partners with state agencies and organizations to aggressively decrease the spread of HIV/AIDS to the point of elimination of the spread of AIDS by 2030.
This is the first demonstration of donor microbes persisting in the recipient following fecal transplant, a finding made possible by a novel method to “fingerprint” individual strains of bacteria.
Vaccines are scientifically proven to save lives and prevent major outbreaks of highly infectious diseases among large populations in a safe and effective way.
Investigators will have a state-of-the-art space to conduct safe and age-appropriate clinical research to advance the science and treatment of childhood diseases.
UAB researchers develop a conceptual framework to help progress the care of people living with HIV by looking at ways to pursue better engagement in care.

A groundbreaking clinical research trial at UAB’s Alabama Vaccine Research Clinic to compare injectable PrEP versus a daily oral regimen for HIV prevention is now recruiting participants. 

UAB names new leadership for Gorgas Center for Geographic Medicine.
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