UAB’s Diabetes Bridge Clinic helps patients keep symptoms under control during the vulnerable period as they go from hospital to home.

A UAB researcher has found a potential new way to treat head and neck cancer.

A UAB sociology professor will make two presentations at an Oxford University symposium.

UAB researchers have published a paper showing a link between micro-organisms and a type of kidney disease.

A UAB pharmacology and toxicology professor has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health.

Theatre UAB opens its new season with Brecht’s “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” featuring 22 actors, puppets and original music by students.
About 147,000 UnitedHealthcare customers in Alabama will have access to UAB physicians, facilities.
Local fundraising efforts will recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Be immunized against the flu every year to protect yourself and those around you.
Elizabeth Stullenbarger, D.S.N., R.N., has been appointed a distinguished professor emerita in the UAB School of Nursing.
Kathleen Berecek, Ph.D., has been named professor emerita of physiology and biophysics in the UAB School of Medicine and School of Dentistry.

Robert C. Bourge, M.D., will chair a newly created endowed professorship in cardiovascular medicine in the UAB School of Medicine.

Hughes Evans, M.D., Ph.D., will be the chair of the Department of Medical Education in the UAB School of Medicine.

A new endowed professorship in French and Proust studies named in honor of William Carter, Ph.D. established in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will be joined by special guest Buddy Miller at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.

The UAB Bevill Neurosciences Symposium brings leading scientists to Birmingham and honors the memory of late U.S. Congressman Tom Bevill.

UAB’s freshmen and overall student enrollment has broken records once again. This year 1,605 freshmen are learning on UAB’s campus.
A football addiction can be detrimental to relationships, but can be extinguished with simple steps.

UAB study released today reports that fifth-graders with ADHD are nearly twice as likely to sustain injuries requiring medical attention.