Roberson joined the UAB faculty in 2008.
Matalon directs the Pulmonary Injury and Repair Center.
Kilgo also works with the schools of Nursing and Health Professions.
Keyser joined the UAB faculty in 1996.
Kay has held several administrative positions at UAB, including director of the Clinical Electrophysiology Section within the Division of Cardiovascular Disease.
Bakitas is recognized as an authority on oncology and palliative care nursing.
The position will serve the Montgomery campus of the School of Medicine.
The Regional Oncology Active Research (ROAR) initiative of the Southeast Cancer Foundation supports radiation oncology research.
The center will be defined by interdisciplinary collaboration among UAB scientists, clinicians and educators with a goal of improving patient outcomes.
The award recognizes outstanding achievement in clinical research addressing health-care problems of older adults.
Assimos has been chosen because of an outstanding career in research, and for excellence in the treatment of complex renal stone disease.
“Sans Titre VII,” composed by William Price, will be performed at the Ohio conference by James Zingara, one of a dozen performances planned.
UA System Board of Trustees approves renovations to consolidate and improve UAB student health and wellness.
13 UAB students won best of show and student awards for their work in graphic design.
The choir won in the “Song of the Year” category, for its inspirational remix of the R&B classic “Don’t Ask My Neighbors.”
UAB teams with philanthropic cruise to facilitate first live Adelie penguin cam to help scientists and students around world see the impacts of climate change.
Agarwal’s appointment follows the Feb. 8, 2013, selection of former Dean and Senior Vice President Ray L. Watts, M.D., as the seventh president of UAB.
Diet is one of many potential factors proposed to explain racial and regional differences in stroke.
UA System Board of Trustees has approved the development of an Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UAB, expanding the UAB Research Foundation presence.
Synthetic marijuana, known as SPICE or K2, does not show up in drug screens but can negatively impact kidney function.
This year's ArtBLINK will be held Feb. 23
Research seeks to find answers to help breast cancer survivors select exercise programs that best enhance quality of life.
Submit your message or dream in 40 characters and see it up in lights at the Alys Stephens Center “Lux Somnia: Light Dreams” festival May 2-3.
Speaker Mario Drummons directs the Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership.
The first Darwin Day Celebration of Science will feature a speaker and poster presentations.
The American Heart Association and UAB team up to present the Southeast’s first professional conference on best resuscitation practices.
UAB researcher awarded Department of Homeland Security grant to develop system for verifying mobile device provenance.
This year’s contribution brings the BCRFA's cumulative total donations for research at UAB to nearly $4 million.
In addition to her contributions at UAB, Vining served as a member of Alabama’s National Guard from 1986 to 1992 and is a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserves.
The ranking means that UAB’s School of Nursing has one of the strongest social media presences in the nation.
The UAB Collat School of Business offers a social media certificate program for graduate students.
The Collat School of Business offers both a bachelor of science in accounting degree and a master of accounting degree completely online.
The conference is being held in conjunction with the citywide commemoration of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.
“A Letter Edged in Black” will be on show Feb. 4-23, with a free closing reception Feb. 22, which will feature a live music installation.
A new UAB study examines the role of starch as a means to control risk of diabetes.