Each year UAB departments, schools and organizations present fun, educational and convenient summer camps. From foreign language to drama, visual arts to music, drumline and percussion, and writing to engineering, visit uab.edu/summer for the most up-to-date camp listings.


Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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The Movi is a new chair engineered for use in a hospital or skilled-nursing facility, or potentially in the home as a mobility aid intended to serve as an alternative to a wheelchair.
GRADE investigators seek to enroll a cross-section of patients of any age, gender and ethnicity. The study will follow its participants for seven years and will provide them with complete diabetes care, as well as free supplies and medications, at no cost.
Dr. Andres Forero, left, researches breast cancer treatments from his lab at UAB and works closely with Breast Cancer Research Foundation founders Dolly O’Neal, middle, and Bruce Soko
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has plans to construct a new 105,000-square-foot facility to house its Collat School of Business.
Every school year brings dangerous trends — both new and reinvented — that you may be clueless about but that your middle schooler/high schooler is hearing about, considering or doing with classmates and friends. While not every teen’s brain struggles with impulsivity, many do, and even the most mature teenager is likely to take risks and be vulnerable to peer pressure.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) will celebrate homecoming week Oct. 5-11. Godfrey, a nationally known actor and comedian, will do a free show at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center on Tues., Oct. 7 as part of homecoming festivities.
David Pigott, a doctor at the University of Alabama-Birmingham department of emergency medicine and member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, believes that news of the epidemic's spread from Liberia and Sierra Leone to neighboring Guinea and Nigeria has put most, if not all, U.S. health workers on notice.
The announcement heralding the upcoming  arrival of Smita Bhatia and Ravi Bhatia at the University of Alabama at Birmingham calls them a "powerhouse team" and, indeed, their credentials back that description up.
Faculty from The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Education and the state schools superintendent will be among 35 presenters at an upcoming autism conference designed for parents, educators and college students.
An Alabama doctors' group has come out swinging in a humorous campaign to thwart what it says is an oppressive and expensive new medical coding system.

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