Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least 30 SPF, apply it generously, and dress babies and children in sun-protective clothing if your family is having fun in the sun.
The group will provide input and guidance on how to allocate $300 million for costs related to improving technology and infrastructure in remote areas across the state.
Genetic assessments can help predict the risk of common diseases, and UAB is part of a national study to better understand and implement polygenic risk scores
FASEB is the largest coalition of biological and biomedical research associations in the United States.
Two new world-class degrees, a first-of-its-kind cancer biology degree and an entrepreneurship major, are now available for UAB undergraduate students.
The special unit for COVID-19-positive nursing home residents will help slow disease spread and provide care to this vulnerable population.
Canon will serve as president for two years.
In partnership with community members, researchers at UAB created the first culturally based protocol for patients living with a serious illness or facing end-of-life care.
Girkin is the Eyesight Foundation of Alabama chair of the UAB Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
UAB's Trauma Burn intensive care unit is honored for their use of therapy dogs.
UAB School of Education professor hopes to grow a national mentor program for literacy and language scholars of color.
Higher-volume feedings were determined to help postnatal growth in preterm infants.
All state four- and two-year public college students will have an opportunity to be tested for COVID-19 before fall semester begins.

UAB experts suggest resources and activities to engage their kids while learning from home during the pandemic.

In a study led by a UAB neonatologist, findings showed that racial and ethnic disparities in preterm infants decreased.   
Exercise is good for you, but how does affect the very building blocks of your body?  UAB is poised to find out.
UAB’s Gretchen Winter, M.D., shares the highs and lows of treating coronavirus patients in New York City.
Communication Studies students bring home title as the PRCA/PRSSA Chapter of the Year.
Doctors at UAB are now able to safely transplant organs from hepatitis C-positive donors into uninfected recipients and then treat the patients with antiviral therapy.
Students from UAB continue to help advance research opportunities for the state and beyond through the highly competitive Alabama EPSCoR Graduate Research Scholars Program awards.