Michael Saag, M.D., helped transform the deadliest virus in human history into a manageable chronic disease, and he is now receiving a top honor.
Local schools to participate in 25th annual Egg Drop, held atop Vulcan for the first time.
The AHA/ACC formulas for heart attack and stroke risk released in November were described as overpredicting a patient’s risk, but the latest findings published in JAMA suggest otherwise.
In March, UAB hosted a screening of a documentary film called “Eating Alabama.”
UAB Student Life’s World’s Fair will offer live music, dancing, food, arts and novelties, including a mechanical bull and Ferris wheel on the Campus Green.
This year, the UAB NAS will award more than $750,000 in scholarships, gifts and grants to UAB. All proceeds from the May 9 Scholarship Run support scholarships for students.
A faculty recital, steel bands in concert and the fourth annual Percussion Festival with guest artist Mark Ford are keeping UAB Music hopping.
This Computer Music Ensemble spring show is focused on the “Odyssey” theme, and each student-composer created music that invokes the feelings and emotions of an epic quest.
UAB Associate Professor Cynthia Ryan will be honored for her community work and advocacy.
Cash awards were given for best oral and poster presentations at the 9th Annual Health Disparities Research Symposium.
UAB contributes data as part of the Alabama Autism Surveillance project, led by School of Public Health Associate Professor Martha Wingate, Dr.PH
Birmingham third- and fourth-graders become authors with help from UAB students.
Aspiring teachers get schooled in the possibilities that college offers.
Oral presentation from graduate student Nichole Pompey places first at conference for emerging researchers.
UAB was first accredited by CALEA in 1995 and is one of only 47 university police departments to hold that designation.
This year's fellows will contribute to the Global Health Case Competition
Prestigious awards program honors junior faculty who excel in research and education.
Huntsville's Shelly Colvin has replaced Holly Williams as the opening act for American country and folk singer-songwriter John Prine when he performs for the first time at the ASC.
Additional resources benefiting Birmingham will help address critical issues and become more livable for all.
Two endocrinology societies, under the direction of a UAB obesity expert, have laid out an action plan to tackle the nation’s obesity epidemic.
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