Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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At the center of this high-potential research is the Alabama Drug Discovery Alliance (ADDA), a unique collaboration between development teams at Southern Research and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The ADDA provides the infrastructure and support to expedite the search for new insights and treatments.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) National Alumni Society has announced the UAB Excellence in Business Top 25 Class for 2015.
UAB proved the adage 'age ain't nothing but a number' right, downing veteran -laden Western Kentucky in thrilling fashion Thursday night to advance to move on in the 2015 Conference USA men's basketball tournament.
From Forbes.com
This year alone, one billion smartphones are predicted to be sold. Yes kids that’s a 1 with nine zeroes behind it. That’s nearly twice as many the numbers of personal devices, according to an infographic generated by the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Online Masters in Management Information Systems.
From Business Newsa Daily
While internships have become an essential component of the job search process, landing one that provides you with the experience you need is easier said than done.
“You really can’t predict what kind of pain someone has with chronic pancreatitis based upon the CT scan,” C. Mel Wilcox, MD, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, told Healio Gastroenterology.
It’s a robot with the soul of an artist. The R2 PaintBot, conceived by UAB engineering students and financed through the Crowdfunding at UAB initiative, is designed to paint murals all across Birmingham in concert with the Magic City Mural Collective.


UAB’s new Hugh Kaul Personalized Medicine Institute is translating cutting-edge discoveries about gene-drug interactions into the real world of patient care.
Another study, published in 2011 by University of Alabama at Birmingham scientists, found a 10 per cent spike in the risk of heart attacks in the 48 hours following spring forward.
A history of psychedelic drug use is associated fewer suicidal thoughts, planning and attempts, according to survey results analyzed by Johns Hopkins and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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