UAB Hospital’s teenage volunteers get a rare chance to learn about possible careers in healthcare.
This is the only tie for first place in the history of the competition.
The program supports and cultivates students interested in Parkinson’s related research projects.
UAB and the Red Cross will hold a blood drive July 8-18
The network has the largest group of well-characterized pediatric MS cases in the world.
Studies in recent years had suggested that cilia regulate vital processes including growth, appetite, mood, healing and vision.
From planning, to traveling, to coordinating daily schedules while on vacation – the break from work may not be enough to help mental wellbeing.
EndoBarrier trial testing liner that forms barrier between food, portion of intestine to help obese people with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes
Join the ASC for this unique event, celebrating farm-fresh food followed by a concert of original, meaningful songs that celebrate American farmers.
Cobbs offered founding leadership to the Division of Infectious Diseases.
The fund will benefit cancer patients who are facing demonstrable financial hardship to help offset the cost of their treatment.
The theme of this year’s symposium is “Healthcare is getting competitive: Can you win with your cost and quality?”
The foundation was created by Mike Jezdimir, who contracted transverse myelitis (TM) in 1967.
UAB Medicine names UA Health Services Foundation’s Reid Jones to new COO position.
Long-term study shows weight loss improves quality of life but does not decrease cardiovascular complications in Type 2 diabetics.
UAB adds Biomedical Sciences as a major; will train professionals in processes and methods for diagnosing, analyzing and treating diseases.
See the ASC’s complete fall 2013 season lineup, with new shows just announced. Season tickets now are on sale; single tickets on sale July 8.
UAB joins a CDC effort to reduce hepatitis C infection through a screening program in the emergency department.
UAB geriatricians offer some tips to keep elderly adults safe during summer’s high temperatures.
Health-focused training provides physical and occupational therapists with new skills to help their clients.
Even when kids are out of school, UAB’s Lynn Kirkland has tips on how parents can keep them engaged, interested and ready to learn.
His work in IgA nephropathy and kidney transplantation has resulted in more than 200 publications.
Goldman named also dean emeritus of the School of Engineering.
Pittet joined the UAB faculty in 2010 in the Division of Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine.
Birmingham native Tipton joined Southern Research in 2004.
Parents beware: Children’s eye injuries, often from organized sports or swimming, go up in summer.