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After leading UAB to a decade of unprecedented success across its mission, Ray Watts is UAB’s longest-serving president — with more to come.   
Mechanistic findings in this study may pave the way for future time-restricted feeding studies in muscle, providing a natural and affordable form of alternative therapy for managing pathologies related to metabolism and obesity.
Neuroengineering blends engineering principles with neuroscience to find better ways to treat neurological conditions and to build on understanding how the brain and nervous system function.
The findings indicate that inflammation is present in the brain early in the disease’s progression, but how inflammation affects disease progression remains unknown.
Bhatt serves as the medical director of the UAB Pulmonary Function and Exercise Physiology Lab and the UAB Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program.
Experts say it is never too late for women to know their risk factors and take steps to prevent heart disease.
UAB Hospital Chief Medical Officer Kierstin Kennedy, M.D., shares insights into health care conflict resolution that can be used in most workplaces.
The UAB-led consortium, begun in 2006, has expanded to 24 clinical sites and conducted 18 clinical trials.
The clinical trial focused on very young children, who have a more rapid loss of the pancreatic beta cells than do adolescents. The trial was constrained to a low-dose level, but showed safety and tolerability and reduced serum glucagon, a secondary outcome.
The research team analyzed the clinical outcomes of more than 12,000 patients who had a TEE-guided percutaneous transcatheter intervention and found that, over the past decade, 3.6 percent of patients who had this procedure had complications.
Basic research in bacteria has led Michael Niederweis and Moon Nahm to 17 U.S. patents and various new technologies with real impacts on the welfare of society.
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