Vines is editor of "Birmingham Poetry Review."

Standaert is director of the Center for Neurodegeneration and Experimental Therapeutics and the Division of Movement Disorders in Neurology.

As the number of children with autism increases, a UAB professor offers tips for parents new to its world.

A study in mice with genetic mutations seen in human Alzheimer's disease found that the feeling of hunger itself may protect against the disease.

UAB announces Eric Jack as UAB Collat School of Business dean; will target growth of students and partnerships.
For the first time, UAB has unified its academic and medical brands under a common tagline in a new, broad communications campaign.

An informational meeting and orientation for anyone interested in growing vegetables, flowers and small fruit at a site on campus

UAB representatives received several honors and were elected to leadership roles for next year’s Alabama YMCA Collegiate Legislation Conference convention

Equal Access Birmingham will host a health screening at The Lovelady Center on Saturday, April 6

Hemminger, a tenor and aspiring composer, and Valencia Callens, a soprano, have won awards based on their performances and merit.

Prematurity, low birth weight leading cause for the leveling off of infant mortality and neonatal mortality rates in the United States
There has been a lot of buzz about the weight loss benefits of eating gluten-free, but UAB doctors say it’s important to find out if you need to adhere to this way of life.
Students will enjoy a master class in clarinet and piano when Duo Pegasus visits UAB April 5; the public can enjoy a free concert that night.

This is the first time in the Launchpad event’s eight-year history there will be back-to-back competitions.

Violinist Inui and pianist Varvaresos will perform works by Mozart, Strauss, Schubert and Bartok for this intimate performance.

The UAB Percussion Ensemble and marimba artist Michael Burritt will perform with area high school all-star musicians in a free public concert.

UAB study finds lack of traumatic brain injury education among military veterans; movies and TV dramas spread misinformation.

With the NCAA basketball finals underway a voice can easily go hoarse from the yelling and hoopla; here’s how to prevent or care for it.

The 16-week program consists of bike riding and treadmill walking, as well as four overnight stays.

UAB was one of the largest recruiting centers for the CombiRx study.

UAB has 3 of 15 national UNCF/Merck scholarship winners honored for research work.

National Public Health Week will take place the first week of April and gives the opportunity to highlight advances across the nation. UAB will celebrate with many events.

AUTM is a network of more than 3,200 technology transfer professionals around the world.

The Drum Major for Justice Award is given to people who carry on the philosophy, vision and mission of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

UAB is studying a depression drug that may be able to stop suicidal thoughts in their tracks.

A UAB medical student’s summer project turns into published research that may change how some diabetic patients are managed.

Chronic inflammation can lead to chronic diseases, but it can be reduced naturally through the proper diet.
Spalding is set to perform at 7:30 p.m. April 15, in a free show as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Civil Rights Commemorative Series.

The reunion will give former patients and their families an opportunity to reconnect with staff who cared for them.

The goal for the UAB NAS Scholarship Run is to raise more than $80,000 in scholarship funds. The race has a new location, the Alumni House.

April is National Donate Life Month to spotlight the need for more families to be aware of the critical, ongoing need for organ donation.

Lazarre-White will speak about his new short film, “200 Years,” that honors the risks and sacrifices of Americans in pursuit of freedom and equality.

The second annual Sustainable Smart Cities Symposium will be April 3.

This year's guest speaker is Donna Arnett, Ph.D., president of the American Heart Association.

The goal is to bring attention to cerebral palsy in the local community.

UAB investigators have found a new pathway that contributes to an often fatal lung disease with no cure and no effective treatments, and possibly a way to shut that pathway down.

New UAB School of Medicine position allows for training to expand to more students, residents and faculty.
The Marching Blazers competed against 17 other bands from around the world and performed the UAB Fight Song, “Land of 1,000 Dances” and more.

CANCELLED: Students will use their imaginations to bring stories and characters to life through movement to music and rhythms.

The SPA program is partnering with small communities in Alabama, Mississippi and Montana to help fill the gap in primary care.

ArtPlay has just announced new classes and workshops for spring and more camps for summer; registration is open now.

The ASPO is a multi-disciplinary society committed to serving as an advocate for cancer and control research.

Essix will teach music technology and jazz guitar and will perform in the Faculty Jazz Combo as a new member of the UAB Department of Music.

A “Wicked Problem” has been described as a highly complex problem to which potential solutions require both creative and interdisciplinary thinking.

The ASDA is a national student-run organization that protects and advances the rights, interests and welfare of dental students.

Deal served as UAB senior vice president of Medicine and dean of the School of Medicine from October 1997 until October 2004.

UAB students matched with 77 institutions in 31 states; 40 percent will stay in Alabama.

Carrots get all the attention for eye health, but there are several other foods and nutrients that can help.

This award-winning visual arts camp offers classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts and more.

Using both modern dance and ballet, “Play” expresses the importance of playtime as children and asks the question, “At what age did we stop playing?”

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