Research
Turan’s top priority as the director of the Sparkman Center is to provide more opportunities for students, faculty and health professionals to work together to solve global health problems.
Paul Muntner, Ph.D., will be responsible for setting up an effective office of research and facilitating research and funding applications for the School of Public Health.
The Schweitzer Fellowship year expands a student’s educational experience and provides opportunities to gain firsthand knowledge and skills rarely found in traditional professional health training.
Paul Campbell Erwin, M.D., DrPH, who received his medical degree from the UAB School of Medicine, returns to Birmingham to lead the School of Public Health.
Six students will travel abroad to study, teach or conduct research for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Students will visit a site where nuclear weapons were once tested, the nation’s first quarantine station, the lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans and many other sites around the Southeast.
Cora Lewis, M.D., who has focused her research on the epidemiology of chronic diseases, became chair April 1.
An estimated 2,138 students are scheduled to graduate from UAB this spring, in three ceremonies.
Two UAB students with personal connections to education inequality attended an exclusive summit in Washington, D.C., to help encourage students to join their fight to end global poverty.
Local and statewide organizations and public health leaders partner with the School of Public Health and its students to improve the lives of Alabamians.
Blazers unite on UAB Giving Day to fund projects across campus that impact student-, faculty- and staff-powered projects.
A study led by UAB professor Paul Muntner, Ph.D., looks at the impact of the new hypertension guideline set by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association.
Senior Mugdha Mokashi found her passion for public service while earning two degrees and preparing for medical school.
Adults who consume large amounts of sugary drinks may have a higher risk of dying from heart disease or other causes.
UAB students gain experience in communicating research at 11th annual undergraduate expo.
Six School of Nursing programs and specialties rank among the top 15 in the country, while the schools of Medicine, Engineering and Public Health and the College of Arts and Sciences also post high marks.
Research findings that suggest free heme leads to bacterial pneumonia may reveal new approaches to improve safety of stored red blood cell transfusions.
This microRNA is a biomarker for bronchopulmonary dysplasia, a disease that can lead to death or long-term disease in extremely low birth-weight infants.
The nonprofit alliance advances public awareness about the progress and promise of brain research.
Students from nine universities will create solutions to a global health problem in the 10th annual Statewide Global Health Case Competition.
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