During the global pandemic, UAB may look a little different, but it continues to educate students.

Meier-Gorlin syndrome is a rare genetic developmental disorder that causes dwarfism, small ears, a small brain, missing patella and other skeletal abnormalities.
LITT surgery, using heat generated by a laser, offers less side effects and a shorter hospital stay compared to traditional epilepsy surgery.
To date, RPB has awarded UAB $5,245,000 in grants, which helped bolster the department’s research activities, including the purchase of equipment, lab supplies, and salaries for new and existing research faculty.
Due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic, traditional holiday parties may look a little different this year. UAB provides six creative alternatives for the 2020 holiday season.
The study is funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
Vaccines are expected to arrive next week and be administered quickly thereafter.  
ArtPlay will provide festive totes with workshop supplies and a special surprise from Liv Sweet Bakery available for pickup from the ArtPlay porch from 3:30-6 p.m. Dec. 16-17.
The holiday season is called the most wonderful time of the year — but it also can be one of the most dangerous. Learn the best ways to protect yourself, your home and your family from fires during the holidays.
The study examined trends in mortality due to chronic lower respiratory disease and investigated disparities in deaths due to CLRD between rural and urban areas across the United States.
Chelsea Walker-Griner, a 2011 Gates Millennium scholarship recipient, will graduate with an educational specialist degree in teaching English to speakers of other languages from the School of Education on Dec. 11.
The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB is recruiting Alabama women who have never had breast cancer for the study, to test a personalized approach to breast cancer screening.
A study conducted by UAB investigators has outlined that deaths due to mitral regurgitation are increasing in the United States since 2012, after a continuous decline for 14 years.
Zahrah Abdulrauf, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, is one of only 154 Schwarzman Scholars chosen for 2022, selected from a field of more than 3,600 applicants.
The holidays are typically a time of low blood supply, a situation worsened this year by the pandemic.
Students at UAB are helping with contact tracing by letting people in Alabama know if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
CCT has added a fourth ambulance to its fleet, and its new offices feature increased space and improved overnight accommodations for on-call staff.
Organized by UAB Community Eye Care, the clinical arm of the UAB School of Optometry, and sponsored by VSP Insurance and Remote Area Medical, Gift of Sight will be held through Dec. 11.
“Is Mommy a Doctor or Superhero?” written by emergency medicine physician Amy Faith Ho, M.D., uses colorful illustrations and whimsical characters to show children they can find superheroes within themselves.
Further understanding is needed of the redox change called reductive stress and its impact on the onset and progression of neurodegeneration.