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Reorganization Part 1: Quality
The new Quality structure includes the formation of new positions, programs and initiatives.
3-D printing adds depth to medical research, care
Kenneth Sloan, Ph.D., operator of UAB's 3-D Print Lab, said 3-D printing will have a role in regenerative medicine and medical research.
Birmingham shines in national spotlight
The city has been featured nationally as an up-and-coming city for its economy, city parks, entertainment, food and more.
Neurosurgery to become a department
The Division of Neurosurgery will become the Department on Oct. 1, 2013, elevating the profile of an already world-renowned program.
Early data shows radiation-antibody combo is safe
In this preliminary analysis, the first human study treatment neither built up in organs nor destroyed the bone marrow’s ability to make blood cells.
Novel weight-loss study seeks to end yo-yo dieting
Weight-loss researcher hopes to prove brief but intensive follow-up care bolsters dieters’ motivation and prevents relapse.
Beware the rockets' red glare
Ophthalmologists at the UAB Callahan Eye Foundation say fireworks are best left to the professionals.
Immune defenses amplify Parkinson’s disease damage
UAB Neurology study adds to evidence that massive, second-wave reaction kills nerve cells.
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