A new process for sanitizing buses — which exceeds CDC guidance for sanitization — will be used on UAB’s Blazer Express, making it Groome Transportation’s first fleet to receive the advanced technology.
Low or limited health literacy is common among adults in the United States and may affect health outcomes in many ways, according to the government’s Healthy People 2020.
UAB’s same-day joint replacement surgery program is helping patients get back to doing what they love.
In our university/non-clinical enterprise, UAB is aware of 148 students (0.67% of our student body) and 91 faculty and staff (1.5% of that total population) who tested positive in 2020. For the non-clinical enterprise, this is a total of 239 total positive cases this year.
These potent CD4+ and CD8+ T-cell responses were stimulated in the lungs following a single intranasal administration.
UAB is partnering with local businesses to promote safety measures in fighting COVID-19 to keep Birmingham businesses and the university open.
Soft drink consumption is a likely predictor of aggressive behavior, according to a new study from UAB.
Betsy Pringle recently had her power wheelchair fitted with a high-tech hardware and software platform to provide stability, security and connectivity.
New recommendations for sexual behavior counseling suggest that shorter, more frequent sessions in a clinical setting can be valuable. 
Amy Goss, Ph.D., RDN, says egg consumption can be incorporated into the diet in a healthful way without adversely impacting blood cholesterol in older adults.
Five coaches and 37 teachers attended a virtual summer learning program through the IMPACT-PD grant to learn how to best teach dual-language students.
The STEP program will ease pediatric patients with chronic conditions into adult clinics at UAB as they outgrow pediatric settings.
The A.S.P.E.C.T program’s goal is to empower individuals to be engaged in their eye health in every way. 
UAB’s TRIO Student Support Services will receive a $5 million grant to help students increase academic success.
GuideSafeTM COVID-19 notification app, integrating Google and Apple’s ENS technology, now available for download among general public
Sally Anne Perz follows her daughter’s footsteps as a UAB Blazer alumni.
Many individuals with hearing impairment, no matter the degree, use some degree of lip-reading while communicating.
UAB and Polish researchers propose that the COVID-19 virus acts as a microRNA “sponge” to deplete miRNA levels in ways that aid viral replication and stymie the host immune response.
New UAB School of Optometry graduate Jessica Jasien will start her research career at NASA Johnson Space Center.
Tamara Traber is the first graduate of UAB’s online Clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy program, the only one like it in Alabama.