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Professor Anthony Hood will receive special recognition for his work creating the NHabit Bush Hills project during the 2015 Vulcans Community Awards.
UAB’s Community Engagement Institute brings academic researchers and community leaders together to brainstorm ways to improve Birmingham, the region and the world.
The three-year grant will provide graduate scholars with stipends and other financial and educational support to pursue training in disparities research.
UAB’s One Great Community council again will provide Community Health Innovation Awards ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 to local organizations for ideas that offer creative ways to address community health issues.
UAB’s Community Health Innovation Awards available to fund local projects aimed at community health issues.
This renewing of UAB’s prestigious Center for Translational Science Award will bolster research and workforce development at UAB and throughout its regional partner network in the Southeast.
By training computers to pick out timing clues in medical records, UAB machine learning expert Steven Bethard, Ph.D., aims to help individual physicians visualize patient histories, and researchers recruit for clinical trials.
UAB was part of a promising international study of a combination therapy for patients with the most common cystic fibrosis mutation.
Research to identify a new approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease gets new funding after a pilot grant from the Alabama Drug Discovery Alliance.
James Cimino, one of the nation’s leaders in using ‘big data’ resources to advance patient care, research and education, will head UAB’s new Informatics Institute.
UAB neurology researcher Kristen Triebel gets substantial American Cancer Society grant to investigate the ability of patients to understand, choose and consent to treatment.
Seven nonprofit groups are set to implement their ideas after the Community Health Innovation Awards provided funding for their winning proposals.
Boost practical skills for service and collaborative research during a half-day training and education event Oct. 10.
From carpentry to community gardens, the UAB CCTS’ annual grant competition has helped enable participants to seek creative solutions to health challenges faced by Greater Birmingham area communities.
A genetic variant that shapes each person’s immune response contributes to the chances of developing autoimmune disease.
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