In 2015, UAB will begin the first human clinical trial of a new treatment approach to diabetes. But the process began a dozen years ago with a basic discovery.
From genomic sequencing of tumors to high-tech clinical trials, the Cancer Center's research retreat examined the future of oncology.
Studies of ancient clams and other long-lived creatures identify new genetic targets to extend human lifespans.
High-speed sensors, sophisticated control algorithms and other innovations advance a U.S. Army project to develop next-generation convoys.
Massive magnets enable researchers to map the structure of disease-causing proteins — and identify potential new treatments to stop them.
In the UAB Nanostring Laboratory, researchers can home in on specific signaling pathways in cancer and other diseases, and translate those discoveries into novel clinical tests.