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FASEB is the largest coalition of biological and biomedical research associations in the United States and advocates for basic biomedical research.
The resolution, spearheaded by UAB’s Jeffrey Blount, M.D., and the country of Colombia, calls for mandatory folic acid food fortification along with other micronutrients to combat preventable micronutrient deficiencies, such as spina bifida and neural tube defects.
Tea, honey and voice rest. All things to bring a voice back. But do they work, and what causes one to lose their voice?  
Researchers used a mouse model and cutting-edge neurobiological techniques to show how psychological stress during adolescence alters neuronal functions in the brain, resulting in altered postpartum social behavior.
Findings from an ongoing UAB study suggest obesity is a driving factor in the development of PCOS, the most common endocrine cardiometabolic disorder of women.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients with type 2 inflammation saw rapid and sustained improvements in their disease after treatment with the monoclonal antibody dupilumab.
The 31 new scholars from 22 U.S. institutions are all outstanding early career faculty in science who have the potential to become leaders in their research fields and advance diversity, equity and inclusion. Each scholar will receive up to $8.6 million over 10 years.
When Utah resident David Harmer was pinned between two cars, UAB medical student Will Byrd used his medical training to step in and help with focus and precision.
Students will have the opportunity to learn from experienced, diverse faculty with a range of international partners working in interdisciplinary, global health research and practice.
UAB is partnering with the American Cancer Society and ADPH to launch a statewide action plan to eliminate cervical cancer.
Join UAB physicians and members of the cervical cancer community for an open discussion on the cervical cancer experience.
A traumatic hand injury treated by UAB could not hold Waylon Marshall back from his love of baseball and his desire to continue to play.
Attendees can learn about how to better optimize their performance and avoid injuries, new research in running medicine, nutrition, mental health, and more.
One UAB student is hoping to better understand the reasons red tattoo ink causes the most skin problems.
Suits for Success’ impact transcends to three other UAB closets and a community closet serving students, patients and underprivileged women facing domestic violence.
UAB researchers conducted a study including approximately 20,000 left ventricular assist device recipients and found that women had worse clinical outcomes compared with men across social and clinical subgroups of interest.

Results from the Chronic Hypertension and Pregnancy trial found treating preexisting mild chronic hypertension in pregnant women is safe from both the mom and baby. Results published in April 2022 have since led to changes in national guidelines.
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