Brewer was appointed to the board by Governor Kay Ivey.
A record number of travelers are expected to fly during the Thanksgiving holiday.
A first-of-its-kind newborn mouse model will permit study of how to protect extremely low birth-weight infants from bronchopulmonary dysplasia, or BPD.  
UAB social work professor Stacy Moak provides best practices on avoiding abduction during the holiday season and every day of your life.
The UAB Minority Health and Health Disparity Research Center is a key partner in providing free weekly health screenings and other wellness education programs, as well as evaluating the success of this Campus of Hope.
Two $5,000 grants from Alabama Power will be awarded to UAB students for their innovative research.   
UAB graduate student Sarah Owens received the distinguished Alabama Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Bridge to Doctorate Fellowship.
UAB is helping develop automated technology to assess joint damage from rheumatoid arthritis.
UAB Medicine Infusion Therapy has a new home in The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital.
A mouse-model study of the sensor will aid the search for treatments to delay human heart failure, which often follows a heart attack.
UAB Communication Studies professor Timothy Levine discusses the social science behind lying and human deception in his newest book, “Duped.”
Started in 2001, this festive concert has welcomed thousands of young choral singers from schools throughout the Birmingham community to perform together with UAB choirs.
These findings have important implications for caregiver behavioral health programs designed to promote resilience and draw upon caregiver strengths when taking on a caregiver role.
Researchers have hired local community health care workers to collect samples from children for testing — and will provide treatment — if it is found that children living in several Alabama Black Belt counties are infected with hookworm, and related intestinal infections.
Fouad’s winning UAB Grand Challenge proposal is a comprehensive approach to addressing Alabama’s complex health problems and includes 90 partners on her team from communities, government, business, education and more.
UAB Parkinson’s disease expert David Standaert and an Italian colleague have received the fifth annual Bachmann-Strauss Prize for Excellence in Dystonia Research.
For UAB’s 50th anniversary, faculty, staff and students are focused on serving the Greater Birmingham community through 50 Acts of Service.    
Five-year, research-funding growth has grown by more than $154 million, marking a 34.4 percent increase in grants and awards won by faculty.
UAB provides tips for healthy eating and staying active during the upcoming holidays.
People with vision impairments face substantial challenges in tasks of everyday living that can significantly limit their participation in healthy lifestyle choices.