Researchers at UAB show that high-intensity strength training improves mobility, mood and overall quality of life for Parkinson’s patients.
A2ru is an organization that helps to integrate the arts and art practices into other areas of study, such as engineering and medicine.
The AEIVA’s inaugural exhibition is “Material Evidence,” curated by the Birmingham Museum of Art and featuring works culled from Birmingham’s most dedicated collectors.
Gary Warner is an expert in phishing attacks and international cybersecurity fraud.
Artists and art historians Michael Tabie, Jeanette Kohl, George Ferrandi, Amanda Browder, Leslie Wayne and Yomi Ola will visit UAB for lectures, exhibitions, pop-up studios and more.
A UAB study will pair master gardeners with breast cancer survivors in an effort to promote a healthy diet and physical exercise.
Seniors who undergo cognitive training show increased and sustained capabilities for reasoning and speed of processing.
Songwriters are invited to help the Alys Stephens Center celebrate The Magic City with ASC Commissions Birmingham, a contest looking for original songs about Birmingham.
The evening’s program will include selections by Jacob Weinberg, Camille Saint-Saens, Robert Schumann, Marius Constant and Paul Schoenfield.
Successful matches result in real community problem solving and hands-on learning for students.
Christy Lemak, Ph.D., health care management leader, takes over UAB Department of Health Services Administration and its nationally ranked programs.
Theatre UAB’s production was one of approximately 180 entered productions from across KCACTF’s 10-state Region IV, and one of four selected from 42 contending entries.
The new CD, available Jan. 28, will help the Concert Choir raise money for its July trip to the eighth World Choir Games in Latvia.
An interdisciplinary collaboration at UAB recently established a research method that has expanded the institution’s capacity to expand initiatives addressing diseases including cancer, autoimmune diseases and degenerative diseases.
Early registration ends Jan. 31 for The Bruce A. Harris Symposium: Progress in OB/GYN 2014 for Physicians and Nurses to be held 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Feb. 20-21 in The Wynfrey Hotel at Riverchase Galleria.
Tabie is the first artist featured in the Department of Art and Art History’s new “Pop-Up Studio” program, Feb. 14-15 at the AEIVA and open to the public.
Becker’s Hospital Review ranked hospitals based on comprehensiveness of programs, quality of care offered.
The annual summit explores new and ongoing threats to cybersecurity and potential safeguards against them.
CNET promotes the discovery of novel treatments for neurodegenerative disorders, teaches scientists and clinicians about these diseases, and facilitates the application of these discoveries to the clinical care of patients.
A UAB/VA study shows that home hospice techniques on terminally ill, hospitalized patients have a positive impact on end-of-life care.
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