Physicians and caregivers need to carefully monitor decision-making ability in patients with head injury, say UAB researchers.
Industrial distribution scholarship goes to UAB business student.
Grant will fund UAB pathobiology student's research for three years.
William Price presented a paper on an orchestral work by Frank Zappa, plus Price’s original works were performed at conferences in March.
School of Nursing will host its annual scholarship fundraising event.
An artist will offer her perspective on autism issues as part of the UAB book dialogues.
The 2012 Ireland Prize for Scholarly Distinction goes to Professor of Piano Yakov Kasman, who will be honored April 17.
Three UAB piano and voice students were honored for their performances at two competitions in the state March 30-31.
UAB leads national update of RA treatment guidelines.
UAB professor joins a national class of nutrition research fellows.
UAB’s Alys Stephens Center honors Birmingham’s Civil Rights history with a new work and world premiere by composer Yotam Haber.
UAB student engineering group will receive its charter March 30.
Alabama sees a 50 percent increase but rates are the lowest among study sites, which could mean children are not being diagnosed and are not receiving services.
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.
Researchers were surprised by a second effect of an established drug.
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.
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.