Yang’s research focuses on a new class of drug – PARP inhibitors – that interfere with a cancer cell’s ability to repair DNA damage, hastening cell death.
Birmingham native and comedy star Rickey Smiley returns to the ASC for a Magic City Classic weekend Friday night show Oct. 25.
Money raised will go to Optometry Cares, a foundation of the American Optometric Association that works to expand eye health and vision care access to everyone in the United States.
Professor of Piano Yakov Kasman and his daughter, Aleksandra, a UAB freshman, will perform as a duo with Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra.
He recently co-wrote an opinion paper titled “Research Ethics and Geoengineering."
The event, part of National Health Service Corps Day, is from noon to 1 p.m.
Drug-eluting stents pose no greater risk of major heart attack following non-cardiac surgery than bare metal stents.
UAB selected among top 50 schools for advancing females students in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Dancers kick up their heels to support research into healthy aging at the fourth annual UAB Dancing with the Silver Stars.
The UAB community came out to support the CPS-3, becoming the largest single site enrollment in the United States with 1,209 participants.
UAB studies zero in on potential biomarkers in muscle tissue for Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Scholarships from $100 to $2,000 will be awarded in seven categories; 12 young women will compete for the title plus talent and lifestyle/fitness categories.
Colgate and the National Dental Association Foundation support the award, which is for $10,000.
Reichart will perform a program of sonatas by Beethoven and Scriabin in the first performance of this season’s series.
Stephen C. Kenny, Ph.D., is an expert in North American history of the 19th and 20th centuries.
UAB's goal is to have 1,201 participate with the intention of breaking the single-site recruitment record of enrolling the most participants.
This annual award honors individuals who engage in interdisciplinary, collaborative efforts across campus in ways that embody the vision vital to the future of UAB.
The program, which offers a major and a minor, promotes an appreciation of the different values and structures of the world’s diverse societies.