UAB is implanting one-way valves in patients with severe emphysema in an effort to reduce their overall lung volume, which improves lung function.
UAB research identifies enzyme that protects lungs and gills following damage from oil dispersant.
Fairhope, Alabama, resident Hayden Olds came for a second opinion, and ended up finding the best treatment route.
The ability to build a mimic of the interferon-interferon receptor complex allows a hunt for unique monoclonal antibodies.
Through international fellowships to study HIV in Kenya, Anna Joy Rogers and Nate Rogers complemented their UAB education with invaluable experience.
Similar to the ancient Greek legend of the Trojan horse, platelets in a transgenic mouse deliver a life-saving enzyme.
Robin Lorenz, M.D., Ph.D. and Anthony Nicholas, M.D., Ph.D., were honored with the UAB President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Kidney recipients infected only with HIV do as well as uninfected recipients, but HIV-infected recipients co-infected with hepatitis C virus have poorer outcomes.
For the second year in a row, UAB Medicine has been named among the best places to work in health care by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Charles W. Hoopes, M.D., is the new chief of the Section of Thoracic Transplantation, where he will lead efforts in heart and lung transplantation, as well as artificial heart and lung devices.