Displaying items by tag: science in motion

Thirteen University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) anthropology students are participating in an excavation at Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park this month as part of a course on the history, archaeology and culture of slavery.
The world’s scientific community may be one step closer to understanding age-related memory loss, and to developing a drug that might help boost memory.
In a new study, psychologists at UAB are able to see in detail for the first time how various regions of the human brain respond when people experience an unexpected or traumatic event.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and the McKnight Brain Research Foundation, of Orlando, Fla., are establishing a $10 million endowment for the Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Institute at UAB to support the institute and the Evelyn F. McKnight Endowed Chair for Learning and Memory in Aging.
It is our pleasure to announce a new and very special major at the University of Alabama at Birmingham: Neuroscience.
The National Science Foundation has developed an REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) grant competition that provides funding to universities that create opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds to participate in "hands-on" scientific research.
University of Alabama at Birmingham researcher David Sweatt and the work of his lab was highlighted on the Public Broadcast System television show NOVA.
April 22, 2008

Remodeling the Brain

This week, BlazerCast features a rehabilitation therapy developed by a UAB neuroscientist which produces changes in the structure of the brain, the first evidence of actual brain remodeling resulting from a rehabilitation therapy.
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