O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Lace Up for a Cure 5K is March 9.
The Explorers Club honors Jim McClintock, Ph.D., for his ongoing efforts in chemical ecology and drug discovery.
With its Community Health Advisor model, the O'Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB has demonstrated that laypeople can make a real difference in the fight against breast, ovarian and colon cancers. Now the model is being adapted to tackle lung cancer.
Four UAB students have been named University Innovation fellows by Stanford University.
UAB Women’s Basketball will recognize breast cancer patients, families, and survivors during game against Western Kentucky on Feb. 16.
Science and engineering programs will come together in a new state-of-the-art complex at UAB, pending additional Board approvals.
Join UAB’s Society of Women Engineers to help ensure the future successes of Kids in Engineering Day.
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People of Mexican descent with variants of a certain gene are more at risk for Type 2 diabetes, but the risk of developing the disease does not increase for people of other Hispanic and Latino background groups.
Kill the flu virus by following these tips on what to clean and how to disinfect commonly touched areas at home, school and work.
It is the dead of winter, and UAB experts weigh in with valuable advice about the sunshine vitamin.
In six decades, two patients have seen a big change in how to manage their Type 1 diabetes.
Misunderstandings and tantrums abound when the four members of the self-absorbed Bliss family each invite a guest for the weekend.
By creating online assets, using rental textbooks or older editions, and seeking out free online resources, 17 UAB faculty have saved students more than $1.1 million on instructional materials.
Departments across campus will begin accepting registrations as summer is fast approaching.
A UAB psychologist was recently appointed to a committee reviewing programs combating opioid use.
The Imogene Baswell Society celebrates the legacy of a pioneer by investing in future scholars.
This adverse NSAID effect is caused by dysfunctional molecular and cellular mechanisms.
Attend the conversation with award-winning historian and author Dr. Ibram X. Kendi.