Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Compounds in cruciferous vegetables, such as sprouts, and the traditional herbal drink 'turn off' genes for ER-negative forms of the disease, which is notoriously unresponsive to therapy, a study found.
UAB’s annual Gift of Sight program provides free eye care to underinsured Birmingham residents for the holiday season.
On Friday night, the Alys Stephen Center’s dance series got off to an enthusiastic start with a visit from New York-based Ballet Hispánico. The program highlighted works by Latina choreographers Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Michelle Manzanales and Tania Pérez-Salas.
On September 22, UAB revealed that the US Department of Commerce awarded the university nearly half a million dollars. Innovation Depot and UAB represent 2 of 42 organizations across 28 states that received funding.
Red Mountain Park is a community partner of the UAB Benevolent Fund and is one of the designated nonprofits to which UAB employees can direct their Benevolent Fund donations.
Maintaining healthy weight behavior for 25 years may reduce the risk for hypertension in young adulthood and middle age.
The seven-year study documented 46,860 tree-stand accidents across the U.S. and gave some keen insight to not only the seriousness of accidents, but who is most likely to fall and who is most likely to take the risks that lead to falls.
The IDEA award is given annually for projects that have “potential to advance the construction safety, maintenance and management of highway systems.” Their submissions were chosen from among nearly 50 proposals.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham recently announced that UAB Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology endowed Prof. Yogesh Dwivedi was appointed as the chair of the National Institutes of Health’s Pathophysiological Basis of Mental Disorders and Addictions Study Section, Center for Scientific Review.
The key weapon against viruses and bacteria that invade the body is production of antibodies, which act like guided missiles to attack and neutralize pathogens.
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