Displaying items by tag: division of infectious diseases

UAB is taking extra measures to promote flu prevention this season through education.
A prestigious U54 grant from the NIH will help pediatric infectious disease investigators study rare viral infections.
Knowing how to keep your food safe is key to enjoying your tailgate and keeping guests healthy.
UAB and Johns Hopkins researchers will study acute flaccid myelitis causes in North America, the United Kingdom and Peru.
A substaintial grant from the NIAID will help UAB researchers further HIV outreach and care.
In a new trial led by the NIH, researchers will evaluate whether a long-acting medication will be beneficial for patients who are not normally consistent with medication.
UAB will lead research examining placebo methods for delivering drugs to help prevent HIV during anal sex.
As measles outbreaks continue to grow across the United States, UAB experts call for the administration of safe vaccinations.
The Antiviral Drug Discovery and Development Center at UAB will study infectious diseases, including influenza, West Nile, Zika, chikungunya and more.
A UAB School of Medicine professor has been appointed to a national committee that advises the White House on HIV/AIDS interventions and strategies.
Researchers found that regular tenofovir gel users were associated with reduced risk of HSV-2 infection.
PROSPER-HIV, the first longitudinal study of its kind, aims to discover how to effectively mitigate the high-burden symptoms of HIV.
UAB invites you to Darwin Day: A Celebration of Science, which highlights how AIDS and malaria became prevalent in Africa and created a worldwide epidemic.
A new oral antibiotic medication has been determined to be successful in the treatment of uncomplicated urogenital gonorrhea.
A new study conducted in part at UAB could change the way doctors treat a common sexually transmitted disease.
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