Opportunities provided for students to problem solve, communicate and educate on public health issues.
The Children’s Creative Learning Center, a four-week summer enrichment program, has been in existence for 40-plus years.
Prom night doesn’t have to come with pressure if parents provide the appropriate focus and perspective. UAB psychologist Josh Klapow, Ph.D., provides advice.
This mass spectrometry method can locate where molecular changes occur in a thin slice of tissue, and it has broad applicability to biomedical research.
Register now for the UAB National Alumni Society’s 10th annual Scholarship Run 5K/10K. More than $65,000 was raised last year for student scholarships.
Artist and juror Paul Rusconi selected the works by students in the Department of Art and Art History. A free lecture by Rusconi is set for 5 p.m. April 1, followed by a free opening reception.
“I think the participants recognized that their brain was overloaded and to protect themselves, became more cautious and slowed down to make it safer,” psychologist David Schwebel, a professor with the University of Alabama at Birmingham, told NPR.
Becker’s Hospital Review again names UAB Medicine as one of the 150 great places to work in health care.
Match Day is when graduating medical school students nationwide find out where they will be doing their residency training and in what field.
WBRC FOX6 News special report “The Prison’s Professors,” a documentary exploring the history of UAB’s Donaldson Lecture Series, will be screened Thursday, April 7, at the Hill Student Center.
A new generation of drawing and textile artists has employed both machine and hand-stitch techniques to challenge old ideas about embroidery. A new show invites a fresh look at the art form.
UAB hosted over 200 surgeons and hospital administrators in a seminar about the growth and future of robotic surgery
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival awarded UAB student Russell Alexander II a national winner in Outstanding Performance by an Actor category, and nominated “SFB” for a host of awards.
The UAB School of Nursing has been ranked among the top 20 programs in Clinical Nurse Leadership and Nursing Administration by Healthcare Management Degree Guide.
UAB assistant professor leads the way in providing therapy for HIV patients with chronic pain.
Part of the challenge is to do a better job of helping patients make their own, well-informed choices.
Mark your calendar for IndiaFest, with free events happening all month long, including films, lectures, food, dance, yoga and music, including a live outdoor concert by bhangra band Red Baraat.
Fecal incontinence is a medical condition where people lose control of their bowels. It affects anywhere from two to 20 million women.
Sarah Parcak is a pioneer in space archaeology. She describes her method of using satellite images to locate lost ancient sites.
UAB officials say they raised the minimum for hourly employees to keep pace with other organizations that can offer more money to potential hires.
Couples needed for study on the prevention of bacterial vaginosis between women and their male counterparts.
The March 28 event aims to identify novel potential therapies and discuss new approaches to repair damaged hearts and vasculature.
The Materials Camp will consist of interactive lectures with hands-on laboratory sessions, as well as a field trip to a local foundry and a multi-day engineering design project.
A four-week summer camp designed to give students an immersive experience in high-level biomedical research.
UAB professors Retta Evans, Ph.D., MCHES, and Sandra Sims, Ph.D., provide new resource for practicing teachers and teachers in training to better incorporate health, physical education and physical activity into daily lessons.
Safety, density, innovation and integration within the city of Birmingham and alternative modes of transportation are the focus of the first five years.
“Paul Rusconi: Emanations” is composed of paintings of artists who have transformed their fields, done by hand applying nail polish onto Plexiglas. The shoe has been extended through May 7.
Recordings by UAB Department of Music faculty James Zingara and Gene Fambrough are available to purchase; Zingara’s CD includes two compositions by William Price.
UAB’s School of Dentistry is first in NIDCR funding since 2012.
Developmentally appropriate activities conducted by parents with their child during the first three years after birth reduce childhood cognitive delays in low-resource families.
Faculty member honored for significant contributions to the pain research field.
Several UAB programs ranked among the nation’s top 20 in 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”
In time and dollars spent, and in impressions made, these buildings, education centers for an entire community of aspiring professionals, make a statement about the pride a school takes in its young performers.
Open wide, Alabama. From Atmore to Huntsville, UAB School of Dentistry students are crisscrossing the state, gaining a variety of clinical experience while helping people in need. Discover how the school’s community-based training builds empathy and independence—and how it is prompting some new graduates to practice in rural areas
The 16th annual UAB School of Medicine art show kicks off March 22.
Gaurav Agrawal, junior in biomedical engineering, Christlin Ponraj, graduate student in biotechnology, and Angelin Ponraj, sophomore in biomedical sciences, are seeking a simple, private way to alert Alabama residents about their risk for diabetes.
ADPH provides $80,000 to UAB investigator to learn more about teenagers’ tobacco habits.
Rohit Borah, a senior in political science and the fifth-year Master of Public Health program, has designed Nurture International to bring modernized, dynamic health education and literacy to children in low-income areas of Birmingham.

Gerardo Hernandez-Moreno, a junior in biomedical engineering, and JaVarus Humphries, junior in neuroscience, plan to develop a network of unbiased medical professionals to offer a safe place for inner-city youth to learn about sexual health and disease.
Aseel Dib, senior in neuroscience and chemistry and Mallack Jaber, senior in neuroscience, will work with student organizations at UAB to engage in dialogue about issues of Islamaphobia and xenophobia in Birmingham.
Public health graduate students Neha Kaushik and Sagar Kaushik, along with Esha Kaushik, senior in psychology, siblings originally from Weston, Connecticut, are supporting the education and medical aid of women in underprivileged areas of India through the nonprofit organization One Life at a Time.
When Ramon Jeter was in grade school, his mother would pack extra food in his lunchbox, “just in case there was a child who did not have anything to eat for lunch,” he recalled.
Anisha Das, senior in neuroscience, plans to enlist UAB student volunteers to serve as personalized computer skills tutors for residents of Birmingham’s Highland Manor assisted-living facility.

Armand Fernandez, a junior in health-related programs, wants to establish a fast, free and discreet condom-delivery service to UAB students living in residence halls.
Seth Borgstede, a junior in public health, plans to combat a major cause of death in children in the southern African nation of Mozambique: dehydration.
Rebecca Massey, a sophomore biology major, plans to pair undergraduate student mentors from UAB with underprivileged high school students from Birmingham City Schools.
Sean McMahon, a senior in public health, and Aarin Palomares, a senior in public health and a fifth-year Master of Public Health student, want to decrease infection rates associated with lack of sanitary feminine hygiene products and create economic opportunity for women living in a refugee camp in Turkey.
Aileen Jong, senior in philosophy, Michelle Nguyen, senior in neuroscience, and Clara Wan, senior in biology, are bringing attention to a little-discussed issue: menstrual hygiene management.
Remember the basics of water safety as you head to the pool, lake and beach.
The UAB Department of Music’s Jazz Summit is perfect for young musicians in grades nine-12, while the Percussion Symposium is ideal for percussionists of any age. Registration is open now.
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