The UAB community came out to support the CPS-3, becoming the largest single site enrollment in the United States with 1,209 participants.
UAB studies zero in on potential biomarkers in muscle tissue for Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Scholarships from $100 to $2,000 will be awarded in seven categories; 12 young women will compete for the title plus talent and lifestyle/fitness categories.
Colgate and the National Dental Association Foundation support the award, which is for $10,000.
Reichart will perform a program of sonatas by Beethoven and Scriabin in the first performance of this season’s series.
Stephen C. Kenny, Ph.D., is an expert in North American history of the 19th and 20th centuries.
UAB's goal is to have 1,201 participate with the intention of breaking the single-site recruitment record of enrolling the most participants.
This annual award honors individuals who engage in interdisciplinary, collaborative efforts across campus in ways that embody the vision vital to the future of UAB.
The program, which offers a major and a minor, promotes an appreciation of the different values and structures of the world’s diverse societies.
UAB researcher to develop medical decision making guide for minority patients with lupus.
A UAB study discovers a pathway used by malignant tumor cells to invade healthy parts of the brain, giving researchers a fresh target for drug discovery.
Saxena’s research aims to make mobile interactions and transactions more simple and secure. His was one of 105 projects funded.
A UAB internal medicine expert says sporadic cases of flu are appearing and with a vaccine already available, it is best to get immunized now.
Awards and scholarships were established in the schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Public Health and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bourge have helped establish three endowed research funds.
Wooldridge earned her master of science in clinical nutrition from UAB in 1981.
Salter earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from UAB and returned as a faculty member in 1978.
Austin joined the UAB faculty in 1973 and served as director of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology from 1975-79.
He received the UAB President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1995.