Loss of financial skills can be a warning sign of the onset of dementia in older Americans. When should friends and family step in?
“Songs for Sight,” a unique musical celebration benefiting people in Alabama with low vision, is scheduled for March 4, 2011.
UAB neurologist will edit open access journal focusing on neurology, neuroscience, psychiatry and psychology.
UAB science and technology students take the lead in hosting a regional science competition to showcase the campus, its programs and labs.
Weight-room manager Joe Henry is running 500 miles to raise $100,000 — and awareness for Universities Fighting World Hunger.
Join filmmaker Jenny Abel and her father, infamous hoaxer Alan Abel, when UAB’s Alys Stephens Center screens her award-winning film Feb. 22.
In Aristophanes' comedic play "Lysistrata," the women take control and teach the men that you can't make love if you are busy making war.
UAB President Carol Z. Garrison recently honored six UAB community leaders during the 2011 President's Awards for Diversity.
Yehia Massoud, Ph.D., will focus on interdisciplinary research, including the development of novel solutions for health-care problems.
Researchers in the School of Engineering have created a more effective way to grow human cells and tissue in the laboratory.
Belinda Needham discussed "Holiday Blues: Women, Depression and Obesity" at a recent congressional briefing