New standard proposed for microtome use in the workplace influenced by graduate engineering student’s comments.
Identifying microbes on the skin, up the nose and in the gut of healthy people may help scientists understand several major diseases.
UAB researchers selected as behavioral social science volunteers for SESRCD
NSA, Homeland Security designate UAB a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research
Add an increased risk of stroke to the list of health problems caused by sleeping fewer than six hours a night.
UAB researchers and EMS providers are working to improve cardiac survival rates in Alabama. While still low, the rate has doubled since the effort began.
See award-winning show posters designed by local and national artists for Birmingham's Bottletree.
UAB's center is one of 17 funded by NIOSH to train safety and health practitioners.
Create a plan to make learning fun and get a leg up on the next school year so summertime fun doesn’t result in learning loss.
Department of Psychology assistant professor honored for his dedication to students with disabilities.
A second UAB Collat School of Business class receives recognition from Quality Matters.
Geurs will lead UAB's periodontology deparment.
UAB’s new nano-material extends the life of pancreatic islets and reduces inflammatory response that causes transplant rejection.
UAB faculty will give 25 presentations at ASCO scientific meeting; topics also include ovarian and breast cancers and AML, or acute myeloid leukemia.
The University of Alabama Health Services Foundation General Endowment Fund awarded grants to aid research across UAB.
UAB study finds majority of older adults rate themselves as excellent drivers though one in four had a wreck in previous five years.
Whether his audience is a military general or college students, Assistant Professor John Grimes makes every effort to defend our country.
A Sunday night concert from the UAB Gospel Choir will inspire and raise money for a new recording.
Mark Hadley becomes fourth UAB neurosurgeon to be named a director of the American Board of Neurological Surgery.
The National Institutes of Health centers will close gaps in curricula so clinicians can make better and safer choices about pain treatment.
UAB affiliation provides residents in Okaloosa County and surrounding areas with increased access to advanced cancer care.
UAB’s newest affiliate extends leading-edge care to Guntersville, Boaz areas.
The Program in Environmental and Translational Medicine combines clinical care with research to prevent, treat diseases caused from air pollution, water contamination, other causes.
Rylee Roquemore receives first memorial award for dedication and service to classmates, school and community.
inDegree, who is developing an alumni tracking service for schools and students, beats 5 others to win $100k at Alabama Launchpad.
Study says findings could be a game-changer for patients, helping doctors determine when to perform surgery and providing better long-term outcomes.
Jacob Ledbetter will learn Arab culture and study renewable energy at the American University in Dubai this fall.
UAB opthamologists are studying the role of a lipoprotein in macular degeneration.
Research on how enzymes regulate the progress of a blood cancer wins recognition.
Honors student will study international development, focusing on rural Tanzania.
Anthropologist Sarah Parcak wrote the first methods book on satellite archaeology.
A new season of world-class performers and unique, innovative arts programming, just announced for 2012 by UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
UAB’s Alys Stephens Center brings Al Pacino, Red Baraat, Wynonna, “The Daily Show,” Emmylou Harris, Anthony Bourdain and more to Birmingham.
UAB online program graduates inaugural class, including Nigerian student who traveled to walk at graduation
UAB’s genetic counseling program provided a student with a world of clinical opportunities.
Scratch Day, an annual, worldwide observance of the Scratch computer programming language will be held Saturday, May 19, 2012.
UAB study finds multi-tasking teens using media almost all day, each day; sleep is disrupted and parents are kept in the dark