The March 28 event aims to identify novel potential therapies and discuss new approaches to repair damaged hearts and vasculature.
Greater efficiency is a must for future clinical use of these cells in regenerative medicine, drug screening and disease study.
Researcher focused on HIV and STD prevention in women will lead UAB School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases.
Middle aged and older workers at higher risk for cardiovascular health in some jobs.
UAB launches new clinic for primary ciliary dyskinesia, a rare, inherited respiratory disease.
UAB cardiovascular disease researchers are improving our understanding of the disease and finding new ways to provide medical care to patients.
New study sheds light on a link between noncorrectable vision problems and ADHD in children.
A key role for microRNA-155 in brain inflammation and neurodegeneration makes it both a potential therapeutic target and a biomarker for this progressive disorder.
UAB researchers probe basic molecular mechanisms that lead to the lung scarring of pulmonary fibrosis, a lethal disorder.
UAB’s Daniella Chusyd has received another grant to study body composition in elephants.
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows testosterone treatment can have benefits for men over age 65.
Risk of long-term stroke equally and effectively lowered in stenting and invasive surgery procedures. 
Aged drivers and women using prescription sleep medicines at higher risk for motor vehicle collisions.
A UAB-led study shows that, for older patients, carotid artery surgery is safer than stenting.
More evidence that generic medications are as effective as brand name drugs.
The properties of cubic or spherical shape and solid or elastic stiffness affect the fates of polymer microcapsules meant to carry chemotherapy to a tumor.
Lead author of paper published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice journal says, while causal relationship cannot be inferred, findings are “absolutely encouraging.”
UAB is recruiting postpartum women who are still lactating, for a study on the effects of the antiretroviral drug used to prevent HIV transmission.
Study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology shows fecal incontinence risk from anal intercourse is heightened for both women and men, with men almost three times as likely to experience incontinence.
Research volunteers are needed for a UAB study to determine which combinations of Type 2 diabetes drugs work best for different groups of people.
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