The conference will address model population/system-based interventions and direct client programs and services that are being implemented throughout the United States.
The UAB School of Dentistry received more funding from the National Institutes of Health in 2012 than any other school of dentistry in the nation.
A UAB study examines whether bipolar disorder can be treated with monthly rather than daily doses of a drug to boost compliance – now enrolling patients.
UAB researchers partner with the Michael J. Fox Foundation on a new study of Parkinson’s disease risk factors, including a reduced sense of smell.
Success of ACE inhibitors, alpha blockers, calcium channel blockers and diuretics same in women and men with hypertension; diuretic superior in reducing cardiovascular complications.
UAB researchers uncover hidden channels to trigger mobile malware that could lead to targeted attacks.
The event will focus on security, strategy, sharing and support of big data.
A new UAB School of Nursing study will test phone-based palliative care intervention for those in rural areas with advanced cancer.
The primary investigators are examining whether age- and race-related differences in the biomechanics of the optic nerve head may contribute to this risk.
The goal is to predict how rare earth metals, used in many applications including cell phones, will behave when subjected to extreme environments.
UAB biologist Charles Amsler to join NSF’s Antarctic Organisms and Ecosystems (AOE) program as a rotator for the Division of Polar Programs (POLAR).
UAB launches Malcovery; new company detects cyber threats, neutralizes attacks, minimizes losses for groups in danger of malware attackers.
The workshop will help raise awareness of the effects of depression on women, their children and their communities.
Robert E. Palazzo, Ph.D., former UAB College of Arts and Sciences interim dean has been named CAS dean.
Waguespack has been in private practice in Birmingham for more than three decades prior to coming to UAB.