Displaying items by tag: department of biology

Rosianna Gray, Ph.D., visits with STEM students and professionals in the Czech Republic to discuss and encourage diversity within the field.
Such analysis, researchers say, can help identify pathogen contact points between species, including pathogens causing human disease.
Hair’s graying is linked to innate immune response, activation of which can decrease pigmentation in hair.
An amateur collector donates fossils, leading to the discovery of a new ancient sea turtle species.
Students from the inaugural class of the Undergraduate Immunology Program explain what attracted them to the major and UAB.
Diamondback terrapin population, a staple in Alabama salt marshes, continues to decline. UAB researchers look to reverse conservation concerns.
A Pew Charitable Trusts Fellowship will allow a Ph.D. graduate to continue work to save endangered sea turtles.
Follow the UAB in Antarctica blog to learn more about research and what it is like to travel to Earth's southernmost continent.
Krueger-Hadfield continues her investigation into ecology and evolution of seaweed life cycles.
By developing a standardized set of aging resilience tests, a UAB biologist aims to identify predictors of long healthspan.
This understanding could help commercial crops resist pathogens and drought.
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