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In advance of public vaccination, a quick and accurate COVID-19 antibody test will help determine the presence of neutralizing antibodies, the molecules that aid in protection against the virus.
Observational clinical research of COVID-19 patients can help clinicians better understand how the previously unknown SARS-CoV-2 virus acts, and findings from this research can better inform treatment and vaccine design.
The challenge focuses on understanding the relationships between health conditions, health disparities and social determinants of health at the county level that may bring a higher burden of illness or mortality due to COVID-19.
There is a lot of misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine, but health care experts at UAB provide the facts behind some of the most common myths.
Learn the COVID-19 clinical terminology alongside what it means in the context of the beginning stages of vaccine distribution.
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Testing will remain in the same location, but will only last from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. Sunday through Friday.
Undergraduate students will serve as patient care technicians, and graduate students and faculty will be part of patient care teams.
As the first FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine begins to be administered, many Americans still have questions. UAB has you covered.
Due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic, traditional holiday parties may look a little different this year. UAB provides six creative alternatives for the 2020 holiday season.
“Is Mommy a Doctor or Superhero?” written by emergency medicine physician Amy Faith Ho, M.D., uses colorful illustrations and whimsical characters to show children they can find superheroes within themselves.
UAB hopes to gather the stories of students, faculty, staff and health care workers during the COVID-19 era and document them for historical purposes.
Visit UAB’s campus from the comfort of your couch or in person.
Allowing family members back into your home is a challenging thought for many, but UAB experts share ways we can safely reintegrate under one roof.
Thanksgiving will be different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but a safe celebration is still possible with the help of guidelines laid out by UAB experts and the CDC.
To better understand how COVID-19 affects a pregnant woman and her baby, researchers at UAB are enrolling patients in two studies to determine the short- and long-term impacts.
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