Neuroradiologist Robert Kessler, M.D., is using UAB’s powerful cyclotron to develop imaging tests that reveal changes caused by depression, addiction, Parkinson’s disease and more.
Recognizing the importance of shared governance and inclusion in institutional decision-making, UAB President Ray L. Watts shared several actions aimed to encourage input from the UAB community and improve the dialogue that must happen for UAB’s continued success.
Dunn previously served as vice president of the ACNM, an organization that leads the nursing profession to establish midwifery as a standard of care.
HPV testing alone is an effective alternative to current cervical cancer screening methods that use a Pap smear, or Pap smear-plus HPV test.
evolution revolutionLee Meadows is leading an evolution revolution. The School of Education professor has developed strategies to help classroom teachers approach the sensitive subject, using lesson plans that emphasize scientific understanding, but not belief. Take a closer look at his ideas, which have drawn attention from the Smithsonian and educators nationwide, in UAB Magazine.
Enjoy the sweet sounds of free musical performances with the UAB Department of Music’s full schedule for winter and spring.
Join in a community sewing project to create large quilts that commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march from Selma to Montgomery.
mix scansNeurologist Hassan Fathallah-Shaykh, M.D., Ph.D., is deploying a new weapon in the war on cancer: mathematical theory. His sophisticated models of tumor growth are predicting new insights on cancer behavior — and could eventually guide treatment decisions.
Whether it is losing weight or quitting smoking, UAB’s employee wellness director says it can be done with the will to do so.
Thirty honors students and faculty traveled to the National Collegiate Honors Council in November.
The UAB kidney chain, which began December 2013 and expects more transplants in January 2015, ‘showcases the power of the human spirit in every aspect.’
Looking forward to a promising 2015, UAB News revisits some top stories of 2014.
Sigma Kappa, Kappa Delta sororities and Phi Gamma Delta fraternity among new Greek organizations coming to UAB campus.
Tyson will perform a program of works by Dutilleux, Mozart and Chopin in the intimate setting of ArtPlay’s parlor, presented by the Alys Stephens Center.
Computer and Information Sciences researchers introduce a secure framework for protecting users while employing apps accessing location information.
School of Nursing dean receives second appointment from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in 2014.
Mohammad Khaled, Ph.D., professor emeritus in the Department of Nutrition Sciences, was awarded a Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Award to develop and improve research and teaching efforts in India related to Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Inside a Birmingham retirement community, UAB dental students glimpse the future. Caring for residents in the School of Dentistry’s geriatric clinic — unique in Alabama — they learn how America’s aging population will shape their careers. Discover how dental health impacts overall health, and how students embrace the challenges and joys of caring for older patients, in UAB Magazine.
A one-year, 20 percent increase in research grants elevates UAB to No. 10 among public universities receiving National Institutes of Health funding.
Sergey Mirov, UAB’s fifth NAI fellow, creates novel lasers and finds new applications for them.
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