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Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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An assistant professor in The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing is one of only 12 nursing educators in the United States to be selected for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars program this year.
The growing field of young piano virtuosos coming to Birmingham gets a little more crowded Sunday, Oct. 12, when Eric Lu, a 16-year-old prize winner who entered the Curtis Institute of Music last year, opens the 2014-15 UAB Piano Series.
Jimmie Johnson, one of the 12 contenders for the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, will be on the UAB campus Wednesday to officiate the annual Gurney Derby, a traditional homecoming race for the school.
Concerns over Ebola are bringing more patients to physicians with questions. We reached out to a variety of experts to get their "talking points" and advice on what physicians should say when patients ask about Ebola.
A new concept in patient chairs intended for hospitals, nursing facilities, or home-bound seniors could replace the old-fashioned wheelchair.
A new single-dose, injected drug appears safe and effective at helping ease flu symptoms, two new studies show.
The Nurse Faculty Scholar awards are given to junior nurse faculty who show strong promise as future leaders in academic nursing. Each scholar receives a three-year $350,000 award to pursue research, leadership training in all aspects of the faculty role, and mentoring from senior faculty at their institution.
Soluble Therapeutics, a protein solubility company spun off from research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, has acquired Seattle-based Dilyx Biotechnologies in a deal that will strengthen the ability of the company's flagship HSC technology.
After posting the highest patient revenue in 2013, the University of Alabama at Birmingham also had the highest net income last year.
Here are some questions and answers from our interview with TOS Fellow David B Allison, PhD, Distinguished Professor, Quetelet Endowed Professor of Public Health, Associate Dean for Science of the School of Public Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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