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The UAB Spain Rehabilitation Center (SRC) is 50 years old in April, and the anniversary will be commemorated with several events, including a career fair, a symposium on traumatic brain injury and the recognition of former patients and employees.
If doctors are currently using the technique, the new results "should give them pause," said Dr. Suresh Boppana, a professor of pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. And with the treatment appearing to cause more adverse effects, "one has to be somewhat more careful."
“Science depends on replication, and if you don’t have replication there’s always a question,” Steven Austad, an expert on aging at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, said.
From: Chron.com
Becker's Hospital Review has published the 2014 edition of "100 Great Hospitals in America," a compilation of some of the most prominent, forward-thinking and focused healthcare facilities in the nation [and included UAB Hospital in its list.]
Several U.S. cardiologists also called for a refocusing on the biology behind renal denervation to find out why the benefits demonstrated in animal models have not been translated into humans. Suzanne Oparil, MD, a hypertension specialist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, was involved in some of that early research and told MedPage Today that she was optimistic that the approach would work.
A study from The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Business shows a connection between engagement and safety. It suggests that employees with low engagement are more likely to work around safety protocols, while highly engaged employees are not.
From: TechRepublic
[UAB's Gary] Warner said: "We built the response to cybercrime where we punish the victim rather than punish the criminal, and we need to change that."
Gov. Robert Bentley has signed legislation permitting the University of Alabama at Birmingham to do a study of a marijuana derivative to treat seizures.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham wants to create a more pedestrian-friendly campus. “We want to be a more walker-friendly campus,” Kevin Jaquess, director of real estate at UAB, said.
oday, we share answers from a survey conducted with the 40 Bizwomen participants from Alesia Jones, chief human resources officer at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the state's largest employer with about 18,000 employees. Jones has served in this top role since 2009.
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