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Menear and Feldman joined 63 other competitively selected women leaders from across the United States and Canada to partake in the intensive, residential leadership development program at Bryn Mawr.
The study is the first to show how meal timing affects 24-hour energy metabolism when food intake and meal frequency are matched.
The online program addresses a growing demand for researchers who can integrate quantitative and qualitative approaches to address complex issues.
CAHME certification demonstrates the program’s commitment to excellence in educating health care quality and safety professionals.
Glasgow, who is 31, believes she was chosen because of her willingness to work toward the betterment of the field she loves.
The International Symbol of Access has been criticized for its inadequate representation of disability diversity, poorly representing universal design of space and products.
Andrew J. Butler, professor of physical therapy and associate dean for research at Georgia State University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions, will join UAB this summer.
UAB researchers found spending 20 minutes in an urban park will make someone happier — whether they are engaging in exercise or not during the visit.
It is the dead of winter, and UAB experts weigh in with valuable advice about the sunshine vitamin.
The quest for improving the rights of people with disabilities locally, nationally and internationally is urgent and significant.
UAB nutrition researchers are conducting a new study on Type 2 diabetes and addressing the disproportionate complications experienced by African American patients.
UAB’s MSHA program emphasizes the importance of quality improvement and patient safety throughout the curriculum.
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