Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Experts discuss the Zika-microcephaly link and the world's response thus far.
The incontinence risk is heightened particularly among men who have sex with men, according to lead author Alayne Markland, D.O., associate professor in the Division of Gerontology, Geriatrics and Palliative Care in UAB's School of Medicine.
Alabama-based molecular diagnostics company Circulogene Theranostics announced today that it has signed a research agreement with the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) Comprehensive Cancer Center to investigate the efficacy of liquid biopsy for tumor detection and monitoring.
“For every five years of marijuana exposure, one out of two participants would remember one word less.”
Stroke prevention is a more urgent task for physicians treating African Americans—based on that group’s higher risk of having a first-time stroke, Alabama researchers have found.
The program will air on the station in segments in the form of personal reflections and fragments of daily life in the city.
One of America’s hottest careers could help fill Alabama’s health care gaps. Discover how in-demand physician assistants are training at UAB — in a program ranked among the nation’s best — to help practices serve growing numbers of patients and reach out to underserved communities in UAB Magazine.
The study consisted of an analysis of paired inspiratory-expiratory computed tomography images from a large multicenter study of current and former smokers from 21 clinical centers across the United States.
The clinic can also provide some answers for patients and families suffering from conditions that have never been identified in the medical literature.
UAB invites the Birmingham community to join us for a TEDxUABLive event to see what Parcak plans to do with the prestigious TED Prize.
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