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.
The UAB Genetic Counseling Graduate Program is a collaborative program to provide educational and clinical training in genetic counseling.
The Diabetes Research Center (DRC) focuses on developing new methods to treat, prevent and ultimately cure diabetes and its complications.
The center is a world leader in creating and using knowledge that will optimize function, enhance management of illness and improve health for older adults.
Students who have won prestigious national honors, fellowships, scholarships, university awards and service awards will be honored May 7.
The mission of the AANP is to lead nurse practitioners in transforming patient centered health care.
Sontheimer’s presentation will be entitled “Glioma: A Neurocentric Look at Cancer.”
The organization consists of educators and advocates with a mission to exchange information, explore innovation and advocate for children.
The manual provides practical information on how to plan, implement and evaluate a pedestrian safety program.
Neurosurgical injuries following the April 2011 Alabama tornadoes tended to be spinal, not head or neck injuries in adults, but the opposite in children, according to UAB researchers.