Annual UAB minority health disparities symposium features latest in research, gives six Barkley awards
The School of Medicine and College of Arts and Sciences now will share neurobiology faculty and resources.
The second annual symposium features undergraduate and graduate presentations.
"The House I Live In" won the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for Documentary.
The annual event features students from the school’s five departments performing skits and conducting interactive experiments.
Brown-Nagin's book on activism won several major nonfiction prizes in 2012.
Strong Start for Mothers and Newborns provides non-medical social services for healthy living and better pregnancy outcomes for Medicaid, CHIP-eligible patients.
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Nanda was honored by two organizations for his work in echocardiography.
The Information Engineering and Management program joins two other programs as honorees.
Two UAB students were awarded two of the 23 national scholarships, given annually.
UAB, City of Birmingham sign an MOU, partner to create smart, sustainable, healthier city.
Acclaimed remote sensing expert and namesake of a Star Trek aircraft Farouk El-Baz will speak at UAB.
The UAB Gospel Choir is set for two tours, including one to the U.S. Virgin Islands, a live concert at UAB and the national release of their new CD.
The conference will feature world-class researchers from UAB and around the nation in fields such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and ALS.
See seven plays in one performance when Theatre UAB presents the 10th annual Festival of 10-Minute Plays, featuring super-short plays.
UAB researchers develop simple techniques to combat complex mobile device malware; hand gestures prevent phones from being secretly hijacked.
A UAB rheumatologist helps craft a list of the top five tests and treatments that need to be questioned and discussed between physician and patient.
Finalists’ books are considered to be among the past year’s best on the nation’s founding.
Given the opportunity to earn incentives, employees will use the stairs more often, and thus improve their health, according to UAB study.
International team led by UAB finds 78 percent drop in leatherback turtle nests at primary nesting site; largest marine turtle in world may vanish.
UAB will host several cheerleading and dance camps.
UAB will offer a variety of camps for children and teens in football, baseball, basketball, softball, soccer and volleyball.
Camp SHINE is a joint venture between UAB Pediatrics and Children’s of Alabama.
Camp will consist of interactive lectures, hands-on laboratory sessions and a multi-day engineering design project.
Campers will be introduced to many aspects of theater while rehearsing for a full stage production.
This camp will offer five days of instruction for middle schoolers at all skill levels.
This camp offers an exciting new opportunity for majorettes, dance teams and color guard to learn fundamentals and routines.
The UAB Summer Music Technology Camps will offer students the chance to learn about the tools used in today’s recording industry and in film and television production.
The UAB Department of Music’s Summer Music Camp will offer a comprehensive, week-long musical experience right here in the Magic City.
The UAB Department of Music will offer an introduction to basic drumming and percussion skills for the young beginner.
The Red Mountain Writing Project will offer two weeks of camps for high schoolers.
The Red Mountain Writing Project offers four weeks of camp options for middle schoolers.
Plutchak named Fellow of the Medical Library Association and will be recognized at their annual meeting May 6.