The scholars come from a range of backgrounds with various educational interests, including medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacology, social work and education.
New UAB Medicine stroke rehab clinic offers unique one-stop shopping
UAB researchers work toward finding the biomarkers of autism for earlier diagnosis and treatment.
Goldblum will take questions, ask trivia questions and play classic jazz with his band.
UAB nutrition researchers are conducting a new study on Type 2 diabetes and addressing the disproportionate complications experienced by African American patients.
SPRINT trial: Intensive lowering of blood pressure did not significantly reduce dementia risk but did have a measurable impact on mild cognitive impairment.
Creating a fistula in the arm is vital before starting hemodialysis, yet half of fistulas fail to mature so that they are usable for dialysis.
Steeped in New Orleans groove, Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra deliver the true essence of jazz.
Pig heart transplants could potentially save the lives of infants with life-threatening heart diseases.
The Society of Women Engineers awarded Penko for her contributions in the engineering and local communities.
Presented by the Black Student Awareness Committee, the Step Show assembles the best talent in the Southeast.
Ziad Kazzi, M.D., an emergency medicine physician and toxicologist, will present his lecture, Chemical Warfare Agents: Then and Now; Far and Near, on Jan. 31.
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UAB names Teresa L. Conover, Ph.D., as chair of the Collat School of Business Department of Accounting and Finance.
PROSPER-HIV, the first longitudinal study of its kind, aims to discover how to effectively mitigate the high-burden symptoms of HIV.
UAB invites you to Darwin Day: A Celebration of Science, which highlights how AIDS and malaria became prevalent in Africa and created a worldwide epidemic.
The flu shot is safe for both pregnant women and their unborn babies.
These kidney macrophages reprogram to a developmental state after kidney injury, similar to those in newborn mice.
Lugansky, who has performed for sold-out audiences at UAB, will perform works by Debussy, Scriabin and Rachmaninoff.
The Comprehensive Transplant Institute is a product of the culture of excellence that permeates transplantation at UAB, promoting state-of-the-art care and research across all organ systems.