CPS-3 will enable the general public to help scientists understand the genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that cause or prevent cancer.
Halli-Tierney is board certified in internal medicine, as well as geriatric medicine, and she is one of only two board-certified geriatricians in the Tuscaloosa area.
The academy comprises more than 2,000 nurse leaders in education, management, practice, policy and research.
Not your father’s cataract surgery: new tools, lasers and technology make cataract surgery far easier, safer and effective than ever before.
NBNA’s mission is to provide a forum for black nurses to advocate and implement strategies to ensure access to the highest quality of health care for persons of color.
Valerie Accetta, an Equity actress, will teach introductory tap dancing and musical theater this semester and direct a Theater UAB musical in April.
An aggressive blood-management plan has changed the culture at UAB, leading to less blood use, more blood donation and better outcomes for patients.
Originally built in 1975, the Wallace Tumor Institute is the hub of the Cancer Center’s research and administrative enterprise.
Copes will explore how cultural narratives about types of drug addicts shape the personal narratives of individual drug users.
Learn about the ins and outs of copyright infringement and how to conduct business in the music publishing world when E. Michael Harrington presents a free lecture Aug. 28.
Magnetic stimulation therapy is gaining popularity in treating depression and UAB researchers are now looking at a low-magnetic strength version that might be better and cheaper.
The historic opening is the culmination of a $30 million renovation project to interactive, multidisciplinary environment that fosters increased collaborative efforts and scientific breakthroughs.