Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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“The research enterprise can't survive without postdocs, so we want them to know that and how much we value them.”
UAB will be a fundamental player in the Alabama jurisdiction of the program, which has just five awardees, with primary goals of improving scientific research and building workforce capacity.
Hadiyah-Nicole Green, UAB alumna, will be recognized by GE in a Grand Central Station display for research in cancer treatment.
Isaac King adds this award to his list of many accomplishments at UAB.
Scientists have shown that by giving mice a form of the fatty acid-derived bioactive molecule called lipoxin, improved heart function after a heart attack, as the lipoxin prompted early activation of the resolving phase of the immune response without altering the acute phase.
Sea pens are colonial, meaning that many individuals work together as a whole, each conducting a specialized task necessary for survival.
Dr. Warner Huh, professor and director in the gynecologic oncology division, said results indicated the vaccine has the capacity to eradicate the majority of cervical cancer cases and has long-term effectiveness.
This Alabama grandmother happened to be a perfect match and the miracle her granddaughter needed.
These new results strengthen the promise that vaccination with Gardasil 9 can reduce 90 percent of cervical cancers.
A viral video introduced University of Alabama at Birmingham alumnus Tim Alexander to the world when the paralyzed former football player stood from his wheelchair to deliver the game ball in the Blazers’ return to action. What many people did not see was the hard work and determination Alexander showed for a decade to reach that moment.
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