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ArtPlay was recognized as an arts education champion with the Making A Difference award, and the Inclusion Award was given to UAB Arts in Medicine for its positive impact on the lives of people with disabilities.
May is National Allergy and Asthma Month, and one UAB pulmonology and allergy specialist explains how to better control asthma and allergy symptoms.
While the mental health of many Americans worsened during the pandemic, a recent UAB study found the increase in depression and anxiety symptoms was greatest within Black, Hispanic and Asian communities.
This novel mode of altering gene silencing boosts the unfolded protein response pathway in the cancer cells, helping those cells survive during rapid growth.

Due to COVID-19 shutdowns in Shanghai, China, the global supply of intravenous contrast has decreased.

Enrollment is up more than 300 percent in the Department of Computer Science. Students and alumni of the B.A. and B.S. programs in computer science explain what attracted them to the field and to UAB.
UAB President Ray Watts is among senior leaders in higher education selected to present on ways in which campuses worldwide can mobilize to address complex issues.
Learn about important terms, concepts and ways the rapidly changing landscape impacts LGBTQ health as well as research and practice, specifically in the Southeast, in a free webinar hosted by the Region IV Public Health Training Center and the UAB School of Public Health on May 10 at 11 a.m.
For just the third time in history, a University of Alabama at Birmingham faculty member has been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences.
Neely was selected by the Public Media Journalists Association for the honor, which recognizes an individual who exemplifies the very best in story editing and newsroom leadership.
Health care workers showcase their musical talents and perform 20-minute sets throughout the day at UAB Hospital and The Kirklin Clinic.
UAB’s Professional Sales Certificate Program has been recognized as one of the country’s best by the Sales Education Foundation.
Maria Rodriguez Shirey, Ph.D., will transition into her new role as the dean of the UAB School of Nursing effective June 1.
UAB women’s health experts found that prophylactic anticoagulation guidelines did not reduce risk of venous thromboembolisms but did increase the risk for bleeding complications in the general obstetric population.
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