Camp SHINE is a joint venture between UAB Pediatrics and Children’s of Alabama.
Campers will be introduced to many aspects of theater while rehearsing for a full stage production.
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.
The KBR funds will be used to grow the international student enrollment of the ASEM program.
Pioneering UAB physician Sara Finley, M.D., passes away at age 82.
Medical students at UAB turn to song, dance and art to raise money to treat the medically underserved.
To date, the organization has awarded grants totaling $3,745,000 to the UAB School of Medicine.
UAB researcher spends $15 to educate 20,000 disadvantaged students in Bangladesh and India online; wins a Google RISE Award for his efforts.
Yakov Kasman to perform with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony in Ontario, Canada, Feb. 22-23; on campus March 5.
UAB researchers publish study that says exercise in moderation yields the best results.
Leading healthcare administrator Chris Van Gorder to give UAB Jordan Distinguished Lecture.
The expedition's website highlights the research, daily trials and musings of the 2013 UAB Antarctica team.
J. Iwan Alexander will be the sixth dean in the history of the School of Engineering.
The UAB Continence Clinic celebrates 20 years as a leader in research, education and clinical care for incontinence.
Repeat midurethral sling surgery can improve quality of life in women with recurrent stress urinary incontinence who have already undergone the procedure.
Shewchuk was given the Joseph F. Volker Distinguished Faculty Award in 2008.
Roberson joined the UAB faculty in 2008.
Matalon directs the Pulmonary Injury and Repair Center.
Kilgo also works with the schools of Nursing and Health Professions.
Keyser joined the UAB faculty in 1996.
The position will serve the Montgomery campus of the School of Medicine.
The Regional Oncology Active Research (ROAR) initiative of the Southeast Cancer Foundation supports radiation oncology research.