Leadership UAB Class of 2015 has been announced.
Brian Nykanen is a Cadet in the Army ROTC and honors student.
Stephen Carter will attend the Experimental Biology Conference in late March to receive his award.
Hot topics in cancer prevention and control to be highlighted at national ASPO meeting hosted by UAB.
The Joint Program for the M.A. in Art History combines resources from each school to provide a stronger program. It offers the only graduate degree in art history in the state.
The Women and Infants Center and its physicians, nurses and staff have passed numerous milestones and garnered honors with patient care as the key focus.
William S. Tuten, O.D., Ph.D., will present on the use of adaptive optics ophthalmoscopes to increase understanding of photoreceptor cells.
Two College of Arts and Sciences’ faculty and 24 students were honored with Gold and Silver ADDY awards for their individual and team projects
A little more than a year since he suffered major injuries in the January 2014 snowstorm, Kelly Garner and his UAB orthopedics team were showing the world just how far he has come.
The AANP selects one nurse practitioner from each state for this award each year.
Rice, who is currently the chair-elect of CANS, is the first person to be elected to the chair position.
Baker is one of two UAB ABN members representing advanced practice nursing.
National Institute of Nursing Research’s five-year grant is for ENABLE: CHF-PC study to determine whether palliative care is a best practice for heart-failure patients.
Eric Essix, Scott Register, Daniel Beard, Carla Jean Whitley and Jeffery Cain are the judges for the Alys Stephens Center’s second annual music competition.
UAB’s annual Pulmonary and Critical Care Update features up-to-date info on lung diseases.
UAB researchers are probing the secrets of subretinal drusenoid deposits, which may be a leading factor in the onset of age-related macular degeneration.
Legendary reggae band the Wailers, led by original member Aston “Family Man” Barrett, will perform the band’s classic hits spanning more than four decades.
The committee will identify and screen candidates, select finalists by the end of the spring semester.
Clinical interventions should be implemented to help cancer survivors make lifestyle behavior changes.
From Youth Health Magazine
Most sore throats are nuisances rather than serious matters.
Measles is a concern for everyone -- but especially so if you're the parent of a baby who's too young to be vaccinated.
According to new research, the predisposition to premature birth may lay in the fetus, not the mother herself. While this does not imply that any measures taken by the mother should be futile, it may lead to a paradigm chance in how the phenomenon of premature birth is addressed clinically.
The vaccine has the potential to dramatically reduce rates of cervical cancer, as well as the number of cervical exams a women must have during her lifetime, says Warner Huh, MD, professor and director of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Division of Gynecologic Oncology and one of the authors of the study.
National and local experts in biomedical engineering, neuroscience and rehabilitation will gather to examine the brain-machine interface as part of the UAB Bevill Neuroscience Symposium on Feb. 27.
Donation from Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company and Protective Life Corporation will aid new disease-changing therapies in the ADDA pipeline.
UAB’s critical care transport team flies its first patient to Birmingham on a portable heart/lung bypass machine.
10 minute2This year the festival includes six new plays written by students, plus one written by Shackleford commemorating the Voting Rights Act’s 50th anniversary.
Award given annually to top young professionals in Birmingham based on their contribution to their company, impact on the business world and role in their community.
Actress and transgender activist Laverne Cox must reschedule her lecture planned for March 2 at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
sensomatic main imageYou may think your phone can already do everything, but UAB cybersecurity researchers are adapting accelerometers, GPS chips, gyroscopes and other sensors to make phones that can read your mood, eliminate passwords, protect your bank account and more.
Medicare now will cover the cost of CT scans for lung cancer, a screening UAB has offered since July 2013.
Second annual Leadership Practices for Quality and Safety workshop will target the development of early and mid-career nurse leaders.
Renowned UAB HPV expert Warner Huh says new nine-valent HPV vaccine has the potential to eradicate the majority of cervical cancer.
Following a diagnosis of a disease he’d never heard of and couldn’t pronounce, a UAB grad student goes on the offensive.
The Deep South Center for Occupational Health & Safety at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is accepting applications for grants of up to $20,000.
Catherine Danielou is president-elect of the American Association of Teachers of French and earned an award from a statewide group.
Zehr, a renowned figure in human rights scholarship, has helped shift the perception of crime as an act against the state to a violation of the rights of people.
UAB’s Department of Theatre tops the best-dressed list, following a donation of more than 200 vintage clothing pieces spanning 90 years of fashion. See some of the dazzling dresses and hip hats, and discover how the unique collection is inspiring and educating students, in UAB Magazine.
The Marshall Scholarship finances American students to study for graduate degrees in the United Kingdom.
This year’s topic is “What impact does the presence of a father have on a child’s development?” The top eight videos will be selected for the competition, to be held Feb. 21.
New research from UAB suggests not all strep throat is really strep throat, and attention must be paid to another bacterium that packs a nasty wallop.
Antarctic research could reveal significant changes in continent’s ecology.
UAB career fair will host employers from a variety of industries.
Alabama’s Smart Cities Hackathon to tackle urban challenges and offer solutions for a better future.
Participants in Connected World Conference will explore solutions to address today’s cybersecurity issues. 
The online program for a degree in health care management at UAB has been named the best in the nation based on academic excellence, types of available classes, faculty strength, rankings and reputation.
The salute is part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” the Selma-to-Montgomery march, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
After graduating in spring, these exemplary students will spend two years teaching high-need students in low-income areas.
Medical experts across the country have become increasingly concerned about vaccination rates since an outbreak of measles started in Disneyland.
Cholesterol is no longer a "nutrient of concern," the nation's leading nutritional panel has concluded. Health experts agreed it's no longer necessary to consider a food's cholesterol content when making dietary decisions. Eaters should instead focus on avoiding trans fats and saturated fats.
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