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Such analysis, researchers say, can help identify pathogen contact points between species, including pathogens causing human disease.
UAB’s PREP Scholars proves successful by furthering student dreams as it receives a grant to continue preparing minority baccalaureate students for graduate programs.
Hair’s graying is linked to innate immune response, activation of which can decrease pigmentation in hair.
Students excel at statewide competition focused on science research.
An amateur collector donates fossils, leading to the discovery of a new ancient sea turtle species.
Blazers unite on UAB Giving Day to fund projects across campus that impact student-, faculty- and staff-powered projects.
Diamondback terrapin population, a staple in Alabama salt marshes, continues to decline. UAB researchers look to reverse conservation concerns.
A peer mentoring group for black male students, BMEN is designed to provide academic and social support to those entering UAB.
A Pew Charitable Trusts Fellowship will allow a Ph.D. graduate to continue work to save endangered sea turtles.
Follow the UAB in Antarctica blog to learn more about research and what it is like to travel to Earth's southernmost continent.
Krueger-Hadfield continues her investigation into ecology and evolution of seaweed life cycles.
By developing a standardized set of aging resilience tests, a UAB biologist aims to identify predictors of long healthspan.
This understanding could help commercial crops resist pathogens and drought.
Set for Feb. 8, this year’s Darwin Day at UAB will include art and paleoanthropologist Genevieve von Petzinger.
Two UAB scholars aim to improve professional development for graduate teaching assistants.
At UAB, Alexa Wade found inspiration, open lab doors and an adept mentor.
Vishwadha Gunda, a sophomore majoring in public health, was awarded a $2,500 scholarship, and also won the Talent award for her Bollywood-style dance performance.
The UAB Ethics Bowl debate team beat 16 teams in the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl to advance to the national competition.
The new grants will help a UAB Biology lab further research into how metabolic derangements impact diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
This grant will fully support Kendra Royston’s research work within the UAB College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Biology throughout the spring of 2018.
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