UAB’s Jim McClintock investigates the invasion, a bellwether of climate warming

Farley will direct campuswide student support services and lead the renovation and expansion of the Hill University Center

Published in Student Experience
Cosmic radiation could be problematic for future astronauts’ arteries, but research could soon inform care for Earth-bound cancer patients.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
All tanning should be avoided, but you can still get a summer glow
Published in Focus on Patient Care

UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center helps drop cancer disparities while brain tumor research holds promise for new therapies to fight gliomas

Published in Focus on Patient Care

Antarctica is a “canary in the coal mine,” says UAB’s James McClintock and colleagues in recent review paper.

Published in Service to Community

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.

Published in Focus on Patient Care

Rod Nowakowski, an alumnus and 36-year veteran of the School of Optometry, has been selected as its fifth dean.

Published in Faculty Excellence

A UAB professor says evolution talks in the classroom could teach kids how to get along.

Published in Faculty Excellence

Spring does more than bring warmer temperatures; it can be a seasonal nightmare for those with allergies, even kids.

Published in Focus on Patient Care

UAB's graduate programs are again ranked among the best in the nation.

Published in Student Experience

There's a new designer drug wreaking havoc across the United States, and even though it sounds innocent, it can be deadly.

Published in Focus on Patient Care

Sleep deprivation, stress and a confused circadian clock can be a lethal combination  

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