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The innate immune systems of plants and plant pathogens are in a biological arms race, and if plants lose, food sources may diminish. Mukhtar probes the genetics and molecular mechanisms of plant immunity.
A gift from Dialysis Clinic, Inc., in honor of a longtime professor of nephrology will be used to fund the DCI Edwin A. Rutsky, M.D., Distinguished Endowed Chair in Nephrology in the UAB School of Medicine
UAB hosted over 200 surgeons and hospital administrators in a seminar about the growth and future of robotic surgery
The March 28 event aims to identify novel potential therapies and discuss new approaches to repair damaged hearts and vasculature.
UAB professors Retta Evans, Ph.D., MCHES, and Sandra Sims, Ph.D., provide new resource for practicing teachers and teachers in training to better incorporate health, physical education and physical activity into daily lessons.
UAB’s Suzanne Oparil, M.D., has been selected as one of only three doctors from the United States to receive the Clinical Excellence Award at the National Physician of the Year Awards in New York City.
Researcher focused on HIV and STD prevention in women will lead UAB School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases.
UAB’s Aimee Holland has been elected to serve as chair-elect for the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health.
These awards from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences recognize exceptional early-career scientists.
Alabama ALS chapter honors UAB’s Peter King with Spirit of Lou Gehrig Award.
Aged drivers and women using prescription sleep medicines at higher risk for motor vehicle collisions.
Fourteen-year-old Angelynn Luckado’s cystic fibrosis ravaged her organs, leading to an extensive hospital stay, an extremely rare and complicated transplant, and now a hope for a healthier life thanks to an organ donor.
Professors from UAB’s schools of Nursing and Health Professions recently published a paper recognized as a top five study by a national nursing informatics group.
After more than 10 years of archival research and interviews with 45 African-American educators, Tondra Loder-Jackson, Ph.D., reveals their experiences and contributions to the movement.
A four-time graduate of UAB School of Nursing, Melanie Gibbons Hallman will serve a two-year term as president of the Emergency Nurses Association.
Study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology shows fecal incontinence risk from anal intercourse is heightened for both women and men, with men almost three times as likely to experience incontinence.
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