This week at UAB, the Gurney Derby and building decoration contest help ramp up excitement for Saturday's Homecoming game while the Staff Council makes ready for next week's campuswide picnic.

UAB investigators are on the track of new technologies to better guide brain tumor therapy decisions.

A new drug offers therapeutic benefit for more than 90 percent of all people with cystic fibrosis.
Here is a guide to finding your passion, no matter what field, from UAB transplant surgeon Jayme Locke, M.D.
A new study conducted in part at UAB could change the way doctors treat a common sexually transmitted disease.
Participating campers can explore a variety of fun activities while out of school during the one-day camp.
Grant aims to help remove barriers to child care access that face many parents who are also college students.
Cohort study shows that patients with a condition known as candidemia were 66 percent less likely to die with proper consult.
Long time UAB hospital employee Wendy Walters, a clinical ethics consultant, is a finalist for a prestigious national compassionate caregiver award.
Study shows that vehicles with advanced technology could potentially reduce crashes, injuries and deaths.
Three beloved stories by the award-winning children’s book illustrator and author are retold live on stage through the magic of blacklight and fanciful puppets.
Berkowitz comes to UAB after 25 years at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
This week at UAB, it's about homecoming, heartfelt hilarity and hope and healing.
Students and staff from UAB will compete against athletes from the Lakeshore Foundation in the seventh annual Wheelchair Flag Football game.
The tournament is designed to bring the people of Birmingham together for a friendly competition to benefit the school’s Junior Advisory Board Scholarship program.
The School of Nursing’s Master and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs are ranked eighth in the nation, with two graduate specialties ranked among the top 10 and two among the top 15 in the country.
NPR Music called Keb’ Mo’ “a blues artist whose witty tunes will take some of those blues away.”
Most people refrain from calling attention to an unusual bulge in their lower abdomen. But it could be a potentially dangerous condition that needs to be discussed with your doctor right away.
The number of hours of sleep people receive each night may affect their risk of stroke differently based on race, according to a new study.
Experts provide parents and teens with safe driving tips leading into Teen Driving Safety Week.
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