Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

| This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Contact:
(205) 934-2040
traci@uab.edu 
From The Washington Post
Not all texting bans are alike, of course. But ones aimed at teens and that allow primary enforcement of the law — i.e. they don’t require officers to have another reason for the traffic stop — had the most dramatic effect, a team of researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health found in a study published in the August American Journal of Public Health.
Lice are highly contagious and tough to treat and remove. Here are some facts, tips and personal experiences with the tiny, parasitic insects. 
Free computational tools available on the Web can simplify a few of the steps involved in developing an SRM/MRM assay. Once developed, an assay will need to be further refined and validated by the researcher.
"This is the first study to identify a regionally specific diet pattern that is highly associated with adverse outcomes among persons with kidney disease," said lead author Orlando Gutiérrez, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. "It's well known that the Southern region has poor health outcomes in a number of different areas including stroke, heart disease and sepsis, and that the style of diet plays a role."
Joy P. Deupree, an assistant professor, has been named one of only 20 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows in the United States for 2014, according to a news release on Wednesday from the Foundation. Maria R. Shirey, a professor and assistant dean for Clinical Affairs and Partnerships in the School of Nursing, has been selected for induction as a fellow in the National League for Nursing (NLN) Academy of Nursing Education,
Everyone knows that children need their vaccinations, but it's less well known that adults also need to get their shots  – some of which can help save lives – according to an infectious diseases expert at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
A new study has good news: The easiest and most obvious intervention—making texting while driving illegal—works. Traffic fatalities dropped 3 percent in states that allow police to pull over drivers for texting, according to new research from the American Journal of Public Health.
Elementary and high school students and their parents who wish to learn more about the importance of the much-hyped STEM disciplines – science, technology, engineering and math – can attend the STEM Awareness Forum to be held in Bessemer tonight.
“There’s no system in place like the one children have to keep adults on schedule with vaccines, so they’re done on a more voluntary basis,” said Paul Goepfert, professor in the UAB School of Medicine. “As such, the immunization rates of adults are always low.”
"We have a broader array of workers than you'd see in other cities, from hourly employees in mining and manufacturing to CEOs of biotech firms," says Jack Howard, Ph.D., associate dean at the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Collat School of Business. "It's a laid-back culture, but there's a very strong work ethic."
Back to Top