The event is one of many during Welcome Week, celebrating students’ return to campus for the fall semester.
The School of Medicine will hold its White Coat Ceremony for first-year medical students at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18.
The paper is based primarily on data from UAB’s Spinal Cord Injury Model System Database.
Vattoth is a scientist in UAB’s Comprehensive Neuroscience Center.
UAB’s Liver Center will host its 9th biennial conference Sept. 19-20 at the Hyatt Regency-Wynfrey Hotel in Birmingham.
For teachers and parents of a child with ADHD, the beginning of school leads to new challenges and opportunities for learning.
Distinguished faculty throughout the college will present topical lectures on issues that range from cinema to math to racial disparities.
The Cancer Center will host free special events for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers Aug. 19-23 at 1824 6th Ave. South.
The BAT measures students’ knowledge in eight key areas: math, analytical reasoning, analysis of charts and graphs, news analysis, economics, global markets, analysis of financial statements and investment banking.
UAB hosting new support group for breastfeeding mothers
UAB MHRC teaming with local church association to improve health
In addition to improving the health of its children, this effort also helps with sustainability – which is a part of UAB’s overall goals.
The grant will provide physicians a more targeted approach to treating the most commonly diagnosed form of breast cancer, estrogen receptor positive (ER+).
UAB School of Nursing opens once-closed clinic, offering Bessemer community and The Foundry’s residents affordable care
Chapman has been on staff since 2008 and has been named chief of neuroradiology
Two join UAB's CDIB
School of Business students led teams from local high schools in researching ways the movement affected business in the city.
Researchers seek to develop interventions that will enhance the quality of life after treatment.
The CRFS section reviews NIH grant applications that address population-based studies on the emergence, spread, control and prevention of infectious diseases that affect humans.
He has been interim director for both programs since January 2012.
A fungal toxin may suppress immune system and drive HIV infection in developing countries.
Mr. UAB goes to Washington, D.C., to spend the summer working for the National Economic Council.
Pritchett has served the UAHSF as general counsel and corporate secretary for 20 years.