Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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traci@uab.edu 
The UAB Piano Series is presented by the Department of Music, part of the UAB College of Arts and Sciences. The series brings the world's finest pianists to Birmingham.
Not only can fluid overload increase a patient’s risk for death, but it can add several days to the hospital length of stay (LOS) and more than $15,000 to the total health care cost, according to a study presented at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Summer Meeting.
Joshua Klapow, a clinical psychologist and associate professor of public health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, says relationships that take place primarily on the road can work if each party agrees to the "ground rules."
"Memory improved with the absence of H2A.Z, which was unexpected, since we hypothesized that H2A.Z would be a necessary part of memory formation in normal situations," J. David Sweatt, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Neurobiology said. "This gives us an intriguing new target for therapies for conditions involving memory loss or poor memory formation."
Children's of Alabama has further solidified its partnership with the University of Alabama at Birmingham by pledging $5 million to The Campaign for UAB: Give Something, Change Everything.
In the wake of recent events in Ferguson, Mo., The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) held a panel discussion and town hall meeting on Tues., Sept. 16, 2014, regarding the relations between law enforcement and minorities in Birmingham. The Rev. Calvin Woods discussed changes for the better in the Birmingham Police Department since the Civil Rights Movement.
One reason a reduction in calories sold has not translated into a reduction in obesity could be that the balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates in a diet may be more important for weight than calories, said obesity expert Kevin Fontaine of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
At UAB Hospital, doctors and staff have been preparing for Ebola even though they say it's not likely we'll ever see an Ebola patient here in Birmingham.
Jeffrey R. Curtis, M.D., of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and colleagues set out to determine whether the risk of shingles in older patients with RA differs depending on which biologic drug is being used
The fourth annual event – hosted by UAB Employee Wellness – is open to employees and their families, as well as students and alumni.
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