MEN2A is a rare, hereditary condition occurring in roughly one in 35,000 people in the United States.
Lee will lead UAB Medicine’s Infection Prevention team.
Airway fractal dimension gives added prognostic information over traditional CT scan measures in COPD.
The award will be presented at the 8th Annual Prevent Blindness Focus on Eye Health National Summit in Washington, D.C., on July 17.
Spending time outdoors may seem as sweet as honey, but a UAB pediatrician says sting allergies can bee a real buzzkill if you are not careful.
UAB Women and Infants Center has been named a favorite in three categories by Birmingham Parent Magazine reader votes.
Jim McClintock, Ph.D., shares insight on how changes in Antarctica are affecting Alabama and other southern states.

Sensory processing difficulties, which affect one in six people, can make public spaces a nightmare and lead to traumatic meltdowns. A UAB expert teaches venues around the world how to help rather than hurt. Here’s her advice. 

A substaintial grant from the NIAID will help UAB researchers further HIV outreach and care.
UAB’s online degree programs provide quality training for educators and human services professionals.
UAB researchers have identified a non-coding RNA that appears to affect memory in the older brain.
Kwon will receive $300,000 to support her research.
Patients with questions about access can call the number on the back of their insurance card for information about physicians and hospitals who accept United Healthcare insurance.
Ceren Yarar-Fisher, P.T., Ph.D., has received a $2 million R01 grant to study the effects of the ketogenic diet on neurorecovery in individuals with acute spinal cord injury.
CAHME certification demonstrates the program’s commitment to excellence in educating health care quality and safety professionals.
The clinic focus will be to help women who are battling other health conditions with family planning and pregnancy prevention.
The new play therapy room at the UAB Community Counseling Clinic has expanded its services to meet the counseling needs of younger children.
The CuddleCot will help UAB nurses and doctors guide grieving families through the infant loss process.
A peptide used as the “gold standard” for diagnosis heart failure loses predictive ability in African Americans.
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