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The NIH grants will fund two studies evaluating the role of behavioral, geographic and demographic vulnerabilities in relation to HIV acquisitions among cis- and transgender women in the South.
UAB gave Samant the chance to try everything from filmmaking and student leadership to cutting-edge research, and as she graduates with two degrees and honors, she will head to medical school at UAB this fall.
For the first time, UAB School of Optometry students are now providing free vision services to patients at the Equal Access Birmingham clinic.
The new Department of Biomedical Informatics and Data Science will be the 28th academic department in the Heersink School of Medicine.
Schweitzer Fellowships have an intensive leadership component so that fellows can continue to inspire others to improve the health of those who experience barriers to care beyond their year of service.
UAB Medicine and Talladega have entered a three-year partnership, with UAB Medicine providing medical care for competitors and fans.
Description of this mechanism offers a promising therapeutic target to limit lung injury and death. Lower respiratory tract infections, including bacterial pneumonia, are the fourth-leading cause of death worldwide, with 120 million to 156 million cases and 1.4 million deaths a year.
The accredidation is given to bariatric surgery centers that have undergone an independent, voluntary and rigorous peer evaluation.
This study will examine the average treatment effects of M2M-C, a telehealth cardio-focused exercise program, on core indicators of major cardiometabolic risk factors.
Patients suffering from cystic fibrosis often struggle with malnutrition, due to the disease’s impact on the digestive system and the increased energy needs of the body.
UAB internist and pediatrician provides tips on how parents can discuss weight with their children, as well as promote healthy living among their family.
The Blaze to DMD program is an 11-month master’s program designed to help students establish a strong foundation in biomedical and health sciences in preparation for a traditional four-year DMD degree.
This is the first example of a chelator-free-radiolabeled polymersome capable of a long-term multiday positron emission tomography, or PET, imaging study in vivo.
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