Joseph Olson, a junior in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a scholarship to attend the prestigious Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD)-RISE summer internship program.
UAB senior will teach English to middle- and high-school students and form a youth dance group
Tigatuzumab, developed at UAB with Daiichi-Sankyo, targets aggressive, hard-to-treat tumors that make up 25 percent of all breast cancers
UAB’s Jim McClintock investigates the invasion, a bellwether of climate warming
UAB junior Kimberly Everett is a 2011 Harry S. Truman Scholar, one of just 60 chosen from around the country.
Farley will direct campuswide student support services and lead the renovation and expansion of the Hill University Center
Gulf leak may be stopped, but experts still identifying unknowns, working to minimize toxic health effects, UAB researcher saysWritten by UAB Web Communications
UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center helps drop cancer disparities while brain tumor research holds promise for new therapies to fight gliomas
Antarctica is a “canary in the coal mine,” says UAB’s James McClintock and colleagues in recent review paper.
New research from UAB suggests a way to combat the invasion and spread of tumor cells in the brain.
New technology and research may help detect and prevent skin cancer, but you can also take measures to avoid the disease.
The Callahan Eye Foundation Hospital at UAB is the first hospital in the country to receive a Level I designation in ocular trauma.
Rod Nowakowski, an alumnus and 36-year veteran of the School of Optometry, has been selected as its fifth dean.
A UAB professor says evolution talks in the classroom could teach kids how to get along.
Class of 2011 commits strongly to the primary care fields in Alabama and the Southeast.
UAB's graduate programs are again ranked among the best in the nation.
UAB Hospital has become a model for blood centers around the country
Grammy Award-winning pop group The Pointer Sisters will be the stars of the annual Viva Health Starlight Gala benefiting UAB's Alys Stephens Center at 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 1, 2011.
Marlene Johnson, who teaches voice, speech and acting, is the second UAB professor in five years to be honored by the Kennedy Center.
Storefront location will offer free health evaluations and disease prevention programs in downtown Birmingham
Two undergraduate biology majors from UAB’s College of Arts and Sciences have been granted $35,000 United Negro College Fund Merck Science Research Scholarships, awards that may provide another $10,000 for the students’ UAB research laboratories.
Jacqueline Wood and Sonia Sanchez tour the U.S. to make sure the stories of black Americans are shared year-round.