Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Baulos will deliver "Mending & Memory: Hand Work, Binding and Illuminated Drawings" Jan. 29 at the next Haddin Forum.
During a recent investigation, 97% of patients who received azithromycin were cured of chlamydia, according to William M. Geisler, MD, professor in the division of infectious diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and colleagues.
Sarah Parcak has brought global attention to UAB, most recently by winning a 2016 TED Prize and a $1 million grant.
Outstanding financial support and civic pride helped provide the necessary tools for UAB student-athletes and coaches to strive for excellence on and off the field.
UAB students are facing — and winning — a Shark Tank-style challenge with a tantalizing prize: the opportunity to launch their own start-ups inside Birmingham’s Innovation Depot before they graduate. Discover how UAB’s Collat School of Business and School of Engineering emphasize entrepreneurship by helping students bring their innovative ideas to life.
Is breakfast still the most important meal of the day—or can skipping A.M. calories help set you on the path to better health and rapid weight loss?
The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Alabama, Birmingham's (UAB) Department of Epidemiology, sheds more light on the link between sleep deprivation and obesity and type 2 diabetes.
In the past decade, climate data revealed that a severe and long-term drought afflicted the region during this same time, providing evidence of an environmental trigger that led to what has long been considered a dark age of Egyptian history.
Erin Swanson, M.D., recognized Lewis' eye tracking and convergence issues and identified him as a prime candidate for the VORClinic, a multidisciplinary team of clinicians and scientists focused on concussion research that was introduced in April.
Lifesaving scrubs were repurposed as art to celebrate the UAB Women and Infants Center's fifth anniversary. Two quilts were created for a program of UAB Arts in Medicine.
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