BMEN is a peer mentoring program at UAB designed to provide academic and social support to black male students entering UAB.
Free IndiaFest events include film screenings, a dance competition, community yoga, crafts, a lecture and an evening of social dance at ArtPlay.
Approximately 2,100 students are scheduled to graduate from UAB this spring.
A UAB senior will begin a graduate research fellowship in Germany this fall.
Registration is open for the 2019 race, which is on a new day with a new time and new course around UAB’s campus and through the heart of downtown Birmingham.
The Women’s Cancers Survivors Workshop provides help for caregivers, families and patients who are survivors of women’s cancers and breast cancer.
Deep brain stimulation has long been used to treat Parkinson’s disease, and was approved for use in epilepsy late in 2018.
Findings indicated that sociodemographic disparities play a factor in whether all children are receiving high-quality and/or end-of-life care consistent with their goals.
This year’s symposium will feature Karen Glanz, Ph.D., and Jonathan Engel, Ph.D., as speakers.
Five UAB students will present at the World Conference of Undergraduate Research in Oldenburg, Germany.
Stephen Mennemeyer, Ph.D., received the Mental Health Policy and Economics Research Award from the International Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics.
The radio news program will also speak with WBHM reporters live during the show as they discuss some of the local stories they have been following.
Freshman Dina Kasman won the lower college division, and junior Jacob Skiles won the upper college division.
UAB PAIN Collective presents a spring lecture of the PAINTalks speaker series.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and understanding the signs and symptoms helped save one young mother’s life.
UAB students are gearing up for the annual Spring Expo to celebrate research and service-learning endeavors.
The free screening will take place at The Kirklin Clinic on the fifth floor from 1-4 p.m.
The cooling blanket technology lowers an infant’s temperature to 93 degrees, which can prevent developmental problems following oxygen loss during birth
As summer approaches, take advantage of eyewear deals at this communitywide event.
A UAB gynecologic oncologist will serve in a scientific leadership role within a national gynecologic organization.