Theatre UAB will present “Proof,” “Don’t Trifle with Love,” “Charley’s Aunt,” the 10th annual Festival of 10-Minute Plays & “Bat Boy: The Musical.”
UAB Music will host a one day, non-competitive drumline clinic for marching percussionists with special guest clinician Jeff Queen.
Facing an injury or other health challenge does not have to sideline your future; UAB experts say the way you handle it can teach you a valuable life skill.
Researcher says states with stricter gun laws report fewer deaths by firearm, but Internet availability can undermine that.
The inaugural Cyber Security Day will be held July 31
Persistence and sacrifice are central to success, says UAB expert who competed on the world stage as a teen.
Works by Gary Chapman and John Douglas Powers were among 12 winners selected from 80 works in The Red Clay Survey.
Informatics researchers create an experimental framework for online, clinic-ready apps and ask others to expand it
Olympians offer a glimpse of non-traditional sports — and cool ways to have fun and excel.
What you have for breakfast might help, or hurt, your body’s efforts to burn fat later in the day, say UAB researchers hoping to learn more.
Neurology and pediatrics professor elected to national society.
Project leads to more efficient insulation and use of manpower for GLACIER.
Three UAB professors are among 15 individuals honored with fellowship grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.
You’d have to drink 10 glasses of milk a day to get your recommended vitamin D, UAB experts say. Sunshine or a supplement is better.
Herpes zoster vaccine may get another look in patients being treated for autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
A business professor will lead a session at an international organizational studies conference.
Arnett is the fifth UAB faculty member installed as president of the American Heart Association.
A new drug that improves lung function for some patients with cystic fibrosis may also help treat smokers with the incurable lung disease COPD.
The Supreme Court decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act will be a political football; its long-term existence depends on 2012 election.
Thacker to help build visual guide that connects all species — from tiniest bacteria to tallest tree.
Pediatric cancer researcher's work on treating neuroblastoma honored.
Patients with neurofibromatosis, schwannomatosis, which are related genetic conditions, gain access to more clinical trials.
Department of Government alumna credits her professors with establishing her foundation for success.
Anthropology students are the first to excavate company housing at historic industrial site Sloss Furnaces.
UAB researchers say a new blood test looking at 12 biomarkers for RA should help physicians better manage the disease.
Accounting and finance chair will collaborate with a business school in Qatar.
School of Nursing professor will be part of an American Association of Colleges of Nursing committee.
School of Nursing professor will use a grant to help HIV patients struggling with depression.
Nursing associate dean's project aims to improve quality of life for young breast cancer survivors.
Works by UAB’s Doug Barrett, “Tireless Shifter: Imagery from the Commuter Space” will be on show at Samford’s Gallery.
William Price’s new work for saxophone, “Gridlock,” will be performed by John Perrine at the World Saxophone Congress.
School of Education professor attending a U.N. conference on sustainable development.
Awaken the artist inside as UAB’s ArtPlay presents new arts classes this fall, from bookbinding to ballet, hip hop dance to acting.
A midurethral sling during surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse reduces the risk of developing stress incontinence, but also poses greater risks.
UAB’s Hernandez has been named as the only American representative to the European Academy of Management Board, dealing with healthcare management issues.
New materials and new techniques have led to a surge in hip replacements, both for seniors and for active weekend warriors.
Grab a blanket and go watch a professional fireworks show this Fourth of July, say UAB ophthalmologists, and skip home fireworks.
UAB’s biotechnology program is now offered as a stand-alone master’s degree, another step in building a strong biotech industry in Alabama.