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Outstanding high school music students can practice and perform with the Marching Blazers for the UAB vs. Georgia Southern game half-time show, entertaining a crowd of thousands in Birmingham’s Protective Stadium.
The UAB Center for AIDS Research excels in partnering with local organizations and public health agencies to develop, evaluate and implement interventions to improve HIV prevention, testing, linkage, and adherence to care and treatment.
Nursing student Serenity Lane battled leukemia as a child. In August, she will graduate from UAB and begin her first job as an emergency medicine nurse at Children’s of Alabama almost 15 years after beating cancer.
Implementing a consistent and simple routine can help with a smooth transition into a new school year and alleviate stress and anxiety in children and adolescents.
John Chen will graduate with his master’s degree from the School of Education and thanks all the faculty and students at UAB for helping him succeed.
Simon was nominated for this award for his efforts to increase minority enrollment at UAB School of Optometry.

The summer program is part of the larger CU2RE medical student program, which was created to support medical students interested in serving in areas of the state that lack adequate primary care.
The researchers found that ARID1A-deficient bladder cancers are sensitive to combination therapies with the EZH2 inhibitor and inhibitors of PI3K, in a synergistic manner.
UAB’s CIO has been recognized as chief information officer of the year by a national CIO leadership network.
UAB Medicine’s new surgery clinic in Winfield is part of the new relationship with Northwest Regional Health.
This endowment provides important support to the chair holder in their research, teaching and clinical efforts.
These changes, seen in a mouse model, are a likely proteome signature for reductive stress cardiomyopathy. About one in six heart failure patients shows reductive stress, according to a 2018 clinical study.
Knowing how to budget and plan for back-to-school shopping is a key to success, explains one UAB business professor.
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