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Nine hospitals and 10 county health offices will have access to telehealth thanks to a nearly half-million-dollar grant.
Throughout February, UAB Heart and Vascular Services will raise awareness about heart disease.
As national deceased donor transplants top 10,000, UAB and AOC credit increase to "hero" donors and broader organ acceptance criteria.
A live animation film with live music, the performance also features a team of puppeteers bringing the film's characters to life in miniature sets.
Students in the fourth through sixth grades will build and launch bottle rockets and experience different disciplines of engineering.
The Compleat Physician Award is given each year to a U.S. physician who embodies medical excellence and humane and ethical care.
Longtime UAB faculty member Max Cooper is co-recipient of the 2018 Japan Prize in Medical Science and Medicinal Science.
"Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini" is one of the works most beloved by audiences around the globe.
Construction begins on Alabama's first proton therapy facility, bringing the most most advanced form of cancer-killing radiation to UAB in 2020.
A cancer diagnosis was a serious wake-up call for Ragan Cain to become proactive about her health.
These novel, biocompatible, hollow capsules can serve biomedical and industrial uses.
Grad students explain new research discoveries to the community in a free twice-monthly speaker series.
UAB's 1917 Clinic is celebrating 30 years of treating patients living with HIV.
Ailey's 32 dancers will perform works that celebrate jazz legends Ella Fitzgerald and Dizzy Gillespie and spotlight social issues.
Security researchers develop automated verification model to better secure data sent via.
What does the future hold? Dean Selwyn Vickers talks about the School of Medicine, UAB Football posts its schedule for fall ball, a doctor answers questions about the flu and the International Bazaar promises good food and much fun. See it all in one video. Catch up in about a minute.
A deployed father traveled 7,600 miles across 11 time zones to meet his son in UAB's Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Patrician is the second holder of the chair named for the School of Nursing's third dean.
Camins explains the high number of flu cases is a result of the flu season peaking early in Birmingham.
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