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The general surgery residents in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Surgery who have trained with transplant surgeon Mark Deierhoi, M.D., director of UAB’s Renal Transplant Program, marvel at many things about one of their most influential surgical teachers.
Eleven teams involving hundreds of collegiate students from the United States and Europe are putting the finishing touches on highly energy-efficient, innovation-packed solar houses for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2017.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham increased enrollment this fall, with record numbers of both total students and freshmen for the second year in a row.
Built on the iron and steel industries after the Civil War, Alabama’s most populous city has evolved into a modern mecca of cool that displays its turbulent past, classic architecture and culinary chops with style.
This shiny new public space opened in 2014 to house art collections for the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
“On behalf of the company, I would like to thank our scientific advisors and all of our collaborators at the UAB who helped prepare and submit this IND."
They discovered study participants who maintained a healthy body weight over the course of the study were 41 percent less likely to have an increasing blood pressure with age.
From purchasing school supplies to making sure kids eat a healthy breakfast, parents play a major role in helping set the stage for success in the classroom. But some parents may be overlooking one critical tool for academic success: routine eye exams.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham and the city secured a $6.5 million grant to train over 925 people for technology jobs. Our first graduates are already in the workforce.
UAB Hospital was cited for opening a transitional care clinic inside the hospital to serve as a medical home for uninsured heart failure patients without a primary care provider.
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