Health & Medicine
Kidney transplant recipients used to have to come to UAB for their post-transplant appointments. But thanks to telehealth, they no longer have to travel long distances to see their doctors.
The All of Us Research Program, an effort by the NIH to build a national database for medical research, launches on May 6 at UAB and six other sites nation-wide.
Thanks to the discovery of a rare genetic condition and the skill of UAB surgeons, Brad Martin now has a better future.

Constraint-Induced Therapy, developed as a rehabilitation technique following stroke, appears beneficial for patients with multiple sclerosis, according to new findings from UAB.

UAB’s School of Dentistry makes a big leap in national state-by-state rankings in a study regarding oral health outcomes for seniors.
Megan Gagliardi is thankful to have a physical reminder of her heart transplant to reflect on each day. “I love my scar, and I love showing people what I’ve been through. It’s a huge part of me.”
Both dogs and people get brain tumors, and UAB researchers are studying a therapy developed for humans that might also work on dogs.
Music therapists recorded Steven Eaise’s heartbeat while he was a patient at the Center for Palliative and Supportive Care, then incorporated it into a song they recorded.
A UAB professor wrote guidelines for nutrition therapy for HIV-positive patients.
UAB will establish a medical office building to house primary care and other medical specialties in the Stadium Trace Village development along I-459 in Hoover.
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