The UAB Gospel Choir will perform at free, public events in coming days, then present its own 18th anniversary fall concert Nov. 18.
All are invited to the hour-long, free lectures and demonstrations of Irish dance, Indian dance and French language and culture, at noon each day in the ASC.
All blood types are needed; blood supply is always precarious, even without vampires around.
The center is a leader in groundbreaking research, patient care and reducing cancer disparities.
UAB experts provide tips to a healthier Halloween for teeth and bodies, including candies to avoid and advice for parents of diabetic children.
Study results suggest that those who assist a chronically ill or disabled family member enjoy an 18 percent survival advantage compared to statistically matched noncaregivers.
Janowski, known as Dr. J, has educated and motivated students for 23 years, teaching classes from introductory freshman engineering to doctoral courses.
As flu season ramps up, UAB geriatricians remind seniors — and their caregivers — to be wary and prepared.
Facility will help School of Dentistry retain and attract new faculty who will provide state-of-the-art care to patients.
Kieran Quinlan, Ph.D., wrote a notable essay that chronicles his life growing up in Ireland.
The 2014 Donate Life Rose Parade float “Light Up the World” will carry unique, personal thank-you notes to families who have healed, saved lives.
There is an association between the influenza virus and cardiovascular events like heart disease and stroke; those with cardiovascular disease should protect themselves against the flu.
Established in 1997, the award is given to a UGA Science Education graduate in recognition of distinguished contributions to the field in teaching, research or service.
The three-day festival of electronic music and art in Virginia will include works by more than 70 artists and composers from across the nation.
UAB Department of History will present a talk with historian Eric Foner, Ph.D.
UAB thoracic surgeon, one of the youngest presidents of any major cardiothoracic society, to share secrets on how to super perform in life.
The commander of UAB’s Air Force Special Operations medical team has been awarded the Bronze Star for service in Afghanistan.
UAB’s new undiagnosed diseases program looks to find answers to medical mysteries.
DENTSPLY Tulsa gift, dentistry fundraising efforts help to deliver quality treatment for patients, education for students.
UAB mental health professionals will join former Surgeon General David Satcher in a program aimed at recovery and resilience after the trauma of the 16th Street Church bombing.
Smith, originally from Montgomery, will make his Carnegie Hall debut with a program dedicated to Russian composer Nikolai Medtner.Smith, originally from Montgomery, will make his Carnegie Hall debut with a program dedicated to Russian composer Nikolai Medtner.
The Alphas were honored for contributing more than 4,123 hours to community service and hosting more than 50 events and service projects.
Whether it’s simply waking up on the wrong side of the bed or a bad week at work, feeling down is a form of depression and should be addressed.
October 16, 2013

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The goal is to promote safe transportation of community members to and from work, restaurants and entertainment venues while simultaneously promoting health and reducing crime.
The Collat School of Business hosts evening of reflection on business and civil rights.
Distinguished faculty from throughout CAS will present topical lectures on issues from cinema to math to racial disparities for the Haddin Forum.
The event feature more than 30 speakers, lunch, vendors, a fashion show and door prizes.
The School of Education's Health Education Week will feature a service day at Jones Valley Teaching Farms.
The investigators found that brain connectivity data from 19 paths in brain scans predicted whether the participants had autism, with an accuracy rate of 95.9 percent.
The UAB Collat School of Business partnered with the Alabama Retail Association to mark the 32nd annual Retail Day.
HAIs are a common complication of hospitalized patients and a leading complication among patients with stroke.
The grant will focus on developing novel, targeted, less toxic therapies for children with brain cancer.
UAB is home to the foremost Proust expert and houses one of the largest collections in the world.
Littlefield, an expert in advanced computer weapons research, joined UAB in 2005.
Sedaris, an ASC favorite returning for the fifth time, will celebrate the release of his ninth book, “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls,” with the audience.
“Unleash the Dragon” is the theme for this year’s Homecoming Week, as the Blazers celebrate with fun events leading up to the UAB football game Nov. 2.
Through his work at the 1917 Clinic, he has participated in several research projects that have been published in scientific journals.
The work by Professor of Painting Gary Chapman depicts his daughter and was created using oil and gold leaf on canvas and mixed media on wood panels.
The book aims to enhance interest and enlighten scientific, policy and programmatic dialogue on reproductive health
One of the oldest medical associations in the United States, AAO-HNS represents about 12,000 physicians and allied health professionals.

Capers and Singleton will have opportunities to share information on teaching, mentoring and research, as well as on building a career in higher education.

Fast, inexpensive gene sequencing needed to make possible personalized medicine.

The Ada Sue Hinshaw Award is one of the highest honors that can be given to a researcher in the field of nursing who focuses on cancer survivorship.

Getting aerobic exercise, breathing slowly and calling a friend can all help reduce stress, UAB experts said.

Shankar will perform songs from her latest CD, “Traces of You,” accompanied by her band. They will also conduct a free ArtPlay workshop.
Cello virtuoso Yo-Yo Ma will perform a program of Saygun’s “Partita,” “Appalachia Waltz,” George Crumb’s Solo Sonata and Bach’s Suites Nos. 1, 2 and 3.

Tanik brings vast experience in multidisciplinary studies and rapid-development prototype research to the department as it continues to expand.

Grant will allow UAB researchers to study novel therapies for pulmonary fibrosis, a deadly lung disease with no approved treatments.

Sumler, of Flora, Miss., was awarded $2,200 in scholarship money, after winning the Miss UAB title and the talent award for her vocal performance.

UAB releases its first “Knowledge that will change your world” student recruitment ad in phase two of the university’s unified branding campaign.
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