From a new book of poetry by UAB assistant professor Adam Vines to stories by Southern writers to a novel about a woman working at an alligator-wrestling theme park, these books will move you. 

UAB researcher presented several gynecological oncology studies to a national gathering of doctors.

UAB's Mock Trial Team will move on to the national championship.

Ronald Alvarez, M.D., a leader in the research and treatment of ovarian and cervical cancers, is president of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology.

A UAB graduate student will attend Nobel Laureate meetings in Germany.

North Carolina assistant becomes fifth head coach in Blazers’ history.

Researchers were surprised by a second effect of an established drug.

The Jefferson County manager will speak on leadership April 2.

UAB leaders will speak to the state bar associations potential leaders.

A December commencement speaker will share her story March 27.

Mild winter and early blooms mean earlier symptoms for seasonal allergy sufferers.

Less than 20 percent of patients eligible for cardiac rehab are referred to a program, which can reduce mortality by up to 35 percent.

Six outstanding undergraduates will do research under the mentorship of top UAB researchers.

UAB has named a new director of undergraduate admissions.

Leaders in social networks, banks and law enforcement turn to UAB’s computer forensics team to connect criminals to online crimes.

UAB cyber-crime expert will be featured on NBC Wednesday.

Summer camp should combine enrichment and fun, one UAB professor says.

UAB medical students excel at Match Day, when graduating seniors learn where and in what specialty they’ll do their residency training.

An exhibit at UAB delves deep into an unlikely partner in the study of medicine — fairy tales.

Music students can learn from swing, blues, jazz pianist Philippe LeJeune during ArtPlay master class April 13.

UAB psychology professor will sign copies of his neuroscience primer Saturday.

UAB’s Center for Palliative Care is in an online battle with other hospitals for cancer grants from Lance Armstrong’s LIVESTRONG organization.

UAB’s AIDS program is ranked No. 9 in the nation among medical school specialties.

Turner-Henson has been recognized by the EPA for her work in children's health initiatives.

March 12, 2012

Boohaker earns YMCA award

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Emily Boohaker was recognized for her commitment to promoting healthy lifestyles.

March 12, 2012

Alexandrov named assistant dean

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Anne Alexandrov will help improve outcomes of nursing programs.

Wyss awarded the highest honor given by the Alabama Academy of Science.

Research suggests that a class of drugs for rheumatoid arthritis seeking approval this year could be effective against other autoimmune diseases.

Pain researchers are invited to UAB's 2012 gathering.

UAB will host a workshop on European Union relations.

UAB anthropology researchers will present papers at a conference hosted at UAB.

A UAB researcher has helped develop new guidelines for the treatment of patients with HIV.

UAB will launch a new internal medicine residency program in Huntsville this summer to help meet the growing need for primary-care physicians.

Daylight-saving time is hard on the heart.

Gee was a businessman, teacher and mentor.

Reddy has vision for dentistry’s future in his sights.

UAB president and interim provost given engineering awards.

The new procedure means some patients with congenital heart defects can avoid open heart surgery.

UAB launches statewide initiative to investigate, prosecute cyber-criminals accustomed to flying below the radar.

“Special Equestrians, Special People” is the next free lecture in UAB’s Discussion Book Dialogues series, focusing on autism.

Just in time for spring, ArtPlay offers weekly class on growing creative gardens, no matter how small the space.

UAB launches new Alzheimer’s trial, looking for study participants with mild to moderate disease.

UAB researcher will study the possible connection between cholesterol and kidney function in lupus patients.

UAB's fifth recipient of the Critical Languages Scholarship in three years will study Chinese.

People with a traumatic brain injury may need help managing their finances in the months following injury, UAB researchers say.

UAB Honors Program has 2 of 15 students chosen for national scholarship to conduct neuroscience and pharmacology research.

U.S. Surgeon General, a UAB alumna, brings her vision for a healthy and fit nation to campus March 1.

February 22, 2012

Got Brains?

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Events for kids and adults during Brain Awareness Week at the McWane Science Center.

The event will be a day of collaboration among faculty, clinicians, postdocs and students with an interest in basic and clinical immunology.

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