Measuring blood pressure at home will ensure doctors are treating people who need to be treated for high blood pressure and are not starting patients on medication who may not have hypertension.
ArtPlay drama camps introduced Marissa Hebson to Theatre UAB. Now she is graduating with a degree in musical theater.
UAB law enforcement researcher and professor is awarded for her early academic research milestones.
The study is the first to show how meal timing affects 24-hour energy metabolism when food intake and meal frequency are matched.
This is a potential mechanistic underpinning — at least in a subset of patients — for the altered behaviors observed in autism.
The UAB Concert Choir competed against more than 100 other choirs applying for the honor.
UAB and Johns Hopkins researchers will study acute flaccid myelitis causes in North America, the United Kingdom and Peru.
This executive order could mean positive change in Alabama, which has the third-highest death rate from kidney diseases in the nation.
Students entering kindergarten who were behind in their social-behavioral development were more likely to be held back, suspended or expelled in the future.
A UAB professor has published a first-of-its-kind book on millennials and aging.
The online program addresses a growing demand for researchers who can integrate quantitative and qualitative approaches to address complex issues.
Worthey has been appointed to three different director positions across UAB’s School of Medicine.
The grant expands the Cahaba-UAB Family Medicine residency program.
Martinez was honored for outstanding service, leadership, achievement and contributions to the collegiate housing field.
Three generations of a family are forever linked from their shared rheumatic disease experiences and care at UAB.
Cohen named as first chief of primary care for UAB Medicine
“Attending the World Congress on Undergraduate Research … was the highlight of my college career.” – Saakshi Thukral
Adults who are 65 or older are more susceptible to the heat.
A UAB biology professor has received a grant from the Simons Foundation to research ocean microbes.
Sigrid Ladores, Ph.D., will interview 190 cystic fibrosis patients, their partners and their providers to determine the level of conservation around fertility preservation.