Pleasure memories a model for understanding many kinds of memory and learning.

UAB will have a record number of students living on campus this year for the fall 2013 semester.

Roeder’s early work played a pivotal role developing the foundations of DNA forensic inference.

Copes will explore how cultural narratives about types of drug addicts shape the personal narratives of individual drug users.

Enjoy a new season of musical performances, many of them free and all open to the public, presented by students, faculty and guest artists from UAB Music.

This unique Creativity is a Decision competition, now in its third year, is open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and staff.

UAB experts offer tips for selecting after-school activities.
Study is the first to show that the higher risk of coronary heart disease associated with excess albumin-to-creatinine ratio differs by race.

Mönkemüller is an ASGE Fellow and an editorial board member for the society’s journal Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.

The awards were presented in July during the 2013 STI and AIDS World Congress in Vienna, Austria.

The institutions named in the awards were selected on the basis of their demonstrated strength at promoting careers of young investigators in the areas of obesity, nutrition and statistical science.

The latest edition reflects the unique strategic management processes of health-care organizations.

Perry is co-director of The Red Mountain Writing Project and has worked in various capacities with the Alabama Council of Teachers of English.

Former UN Ambassador Andrew Young will give free, public lecture.

Magnetic stimulation therapy is gaining popularity in treating depression and UAB researchers are now looking at a low-magnetic strength version that might be better and cheaper.

Vickers, a surgeon, pancreatic cancer researcher and Alabama native, returns to UAB after chairing the Department of Surgery at the University of Minnesota.
New UAB faculty hopes to implement her successful Ohio HIV/AIDS research, education/prevention program in Birmingham’s African-American churches.

The funds are provided by the Mid-South Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center for Health Disparities Research, part of UAB’s Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center.

The historic opening is the culmination of a $30 million renovation project to interactive, multidisciplinary environment that fosters increased collaborative efforts and scientific breakthroughs.

The one hour concert series will begin Sept. 5; the aim is to create a more relaxing, healing environment for patients, guests and caregivers.

Back to Top