Through an American Society of Nephrology grant, medical student Clark Powell will take a year away from studies to research a new acute kidney injury staging system developed at UAB.
Of the 27 antiretroviral drugs now approved for AIDS, seven were tested first in patients at the 1917 Clinic in Phase 1 clinical trials.
The findings are the first to show that structural remodeling of the brain occurs during rehabilitation in a pediatric population.
The annual award is the highest for research in the Department of Medicine. 
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis have an increased risk for shingles, but new research at UAB indicates that biologics – the newest RA medications – don’t worsen that risk.
The award recognizes exceptional faculty mentorship and demonstrates that UAB values the commitment to excellence in mentorship exhibited by its faculty.
New study in European Heart Journal contradicts a recent study in the same publication, suggests evidence is lacking that digoxin increases mortality as atrial fibrillation treatment.
More 150 girls from 40 schools in Jefferson and Shelby counties will come to UAB April 20, 2013 to learn about STEM fields.
In an engineering feat, the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center installs a cyclotron unique to academic medical settings.
Yogesh Dwivedi, Ph.D., will join UAB in August as a professor and director of translational neuroscience in the Mood Disorders Program.
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