Professor emeritus will be a representative to the United Nations.
Frame your behavior changes for the New Year so they become a habit, instead of forgotten until next year.
Early-stage trial at UAB will determine safety of antiretroviral drug delivery method.
A low-cost intervention gives even the earliest preemies a chance to survive and thrive.
Egyptian national votes absentee, hopes revolution gains are not lost due to Islamist election victories.
Laboratory evidence offers new insight in blocking cancer cell growth with electromagnetic fields.
For the unemployed, a temporary job is a chance to showcase talents and lobby for permanent work.
A multi-department team of UAB brain tumor researchers has received a grant to take a systems-biology approach to treatment.
The UAB School of Engineering honors 40 engineers to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
The board comprises young professionals who have been touched by cancer in some way.
UAB doctors are helping Bill Matthews overcome epilepsy to become a world-class runner.
Carpenter, a Teach for America teacher and recent White House intern, will study the relationship between education and poverty.
A long-running treatment alternative for non-violent substance abusers helps reduce the jail population and repeat offenses.
Get festive with funnyman Mo Rocca and mental floss magazine co-founder Will Pearson Dec. 16 in UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
UAB will complete its campus cultural arts district when the spacious, new Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts opens in June 2013.
UAB research reveals infection risk for biologics is comparable to traditional therapies and may be better than long-term steroid use.
Perfect your comic timing, sew like a pro and create a smartphone app at ArtPlay when their next session kicks off in January 2012.
Neurobiologists move closer to long-term goal: undo developmental disabilities.
UAB’s Ethics Bowl team wins regional competition, headed to nationals.
Rodney O. Tucker, M.D., will serve as the interim director of the UAB Center for Palliative and Supportive Care.
Researchers were surprised that income, more than education, raised the risk of heart-failure risk.
Natural disasters made 2011 a loss-filled year. A UAB psychologist says plan ahead and don’t over commit.