Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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With summer on the wane, artists are heralding the beginning of the new arts "season," which runs roughly together with the school year.
"This additional use of medical services not only brings more federal dollars, but hospitals, physicians and pharmacies would likely hire more people, keep longer hours and probably raise wages - all of which leads to indirect spending and subsequent rounds of spending that generate tax revenues and, in general, the expansion of the economy within states," said Michael Morrisey, a health economics professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Department of Bio statistics have been awarded a $19.31 million R01 grant by the National Institutes of Health's Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to coordinate the most comprehensive study of chronic hypertension in pregnancy ever undertaken.
Won Cho is a regular performer with Opera Birmingham, where he has performed in four operas each year since 2012, and is an assistant professor of music and voice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Guitar greats? They're coming to the Alys Stephens Center on the "Experience Hendrix" tour.
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University of Alabama at Birmingham professor Dennis McLernon will direct Bruce Norris’ “Clybourne Park” at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center Oct. 15-19.
University of Alabama at Birmingham faculty members Won Cho and Yakov Kasman will be featured in a recital at Reynolds-Kirchbaum Recital Hall at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center Oct. 30.
The Civil War was the bloodiest in U.S. history, but the huge number of battlefield injuries helped establish the regular use of anesthesia in the United States due to the experience gained by Union and Confederate doctors, according to Dr. Maurice S. Albin, a professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
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