Rusty Duvall, a graduating senior, has achieved more than success throughout his life.
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Facing a looming shortfall of primary care physicians in Alabama, a new UAB and Cahaba Medical Care program will train medical residents with a focus on underserved urban and rural communities.
UAB’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is accepting submissions for the 2019 second annual “Word from the Mountaintop” MLK Oratory Contest.
Morgan will serve on the Board of Trustees, while Canon will transition from the Board of Trustees to the Board of Governors for the American Board of Radiology.
Former MLB player Frank Baker says his experience at UAB’s Pancreatobiliary Disease Center was a home run.
Holiday partnership between UAB Information Technology and UAB Libraries focuses on community giving and engagement through annual toy drive.
This album, using the uncommon instrumental configuration of clarinet, trumpet and piano, consists primarily of new music commissioned and premiered by the UAB Chamber Trio.
Nationally acclaimed history professor Jonathan Wiesen will join UAB in January 2019.
More than 103,000 donors have contributed to the university’s largest-ever fundraising initiative to bolster the campaign’s priorities — programmatic support, facilities, faculty, research and innovation, athletics, and student support.
Car and motorcycle racing lead the way in spectator injuries, according to UAB orthopedic surgeons, who published the first study in the field.
Other peer metropolitan institutions have larger bases of support than UAB, and the goal is to pass these schools in total athletic donors.
For one woman, undergoing innovative, extensive jaw reconstruction surgery gave her back the ability to live a normal life.
Upcoming SpaceX launch to include one of three new rapid-freeze devices for future International Space Station missions.
The first guest presenter for the inaugural Cancer Center Grand Rounds is an internationally recognized expert in epigenetics in cancer.
Change, or overcoming inertia in health care, is difficult but essential to deprescribing harmful medications and making effective medications available to individuals who need them.
Jessica Martindale’s perfect vision was quickly tested after her infant son inadvertently scratched her cornea. Thankfully, physicians at UAB Callahan Eye Hospital were there to help.
A “shave off” event at UAB will spread awareness about men’s health and diseases that affect them specifically.
Strohm, who received a minor in music technology from UAB, will discuss his role as president and his pathway to this prestigious appointment.
Jared Sluss hopes to use prize money to establish a nonprofit organization that helps those who are homeless find a home.