Grow your own food — on campus.
World-renowned obesity expert becomes one of nearly 30 past and present UAB researchers to attain one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.
Long a mainstay of medical schools, the ceremony emphasizes responsibility to patients.
Founder of the youth movement that helped bring change to Serbia will speak Oct. 18.
Strong curriculum, flexible schedules and cutting-edge classes were highlights for reviewers.
Corneas unsuitable for transplant may find new use as a patch in glaucoma surgery.
New UAB research says increases in a woman’s temperature linked to length of labor, body weight.
Multi-million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health will propel research in energetics, aging and health disparities.
Family caregiver “boot camp” will offer strategies, resources to cope with traumatic brain injuries.
UAB Montgomery campus will enroll 10 third-year medical students starting May 2014.
ASCE chapter will host a disc golf tourney to help fund community projects.
Three UAB researchers win state awards designed to boost economy, increase innovation in Alabama.
National Institute of Nursing Research grant will help combat HIV in the rural Deep South.
Alexandrov was honored for her nursing instruction.
Dean Sicking, developer of auto-racing SAFER barriers, to bring lab and research to UAB Nov. 1.
There aren’t many reasons to have an open hysterectomy with today’s robotic surgery options.
Robert E. Palazzo, Ph.D., will be the interim dean of the UAB College of Arts and Sciences.
Events will be held across the Birmingham area for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Collat School of Business MBA Alumni Breakfast Series continues with Craig Collum.
The School of Nursing Alumni Weekend will be Oct. 18-20.
Artist Luba Lukova will speak on her work Oct. 5 then open a new exhibition of her work on show at the UAB Visual Arts Gallery.
Antarctica expert, author McClintock to sign new book Oct. 5.
UAB IT will host a series of expert lectures on cybersecurity.
John Hartman works with the Nutrition Obesity Research Center and the Department of Medicine.
Bradley Yoder, Ph.D., was among the authors of the article in Nature Medicine.
Spinal cord research at UAB gets boost with state funding through the T.J. Atchison Research Program.