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Hosted by the UAB Department of Biology, Darwin Day 2024 will be an opportunity to learn about current UAB research and listen to keynote speaker Athena Aktipis, Ph.D., host of the podcast “Zombified.” 
The accolade, bestowed by the NASPA Foundation, is among the highest honors in the student affairs community.
UAB Libraries will be hosting a workshop to teach students how to create Augmented Reality Valentine’s Day cards.
Their artistry is acclaimed as one of the world’s most vibrant contemporary textile traditions. During their UAB residency, the quilters will set up public sewing spaces and workshops. 
This farcical stage comedy is an entertaining parody of the Alfred Hitchcock film, set with notorious characters, 1930s music and costumes, intrigue, and physical slapstick in a host of delightful classic spy story situations.
Choose from student recitals, guest artists and faculty performances, including Yakov Kasman, DMA, with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, plus Amadeae Duo and the fifth annual PRISM Concert.
Grammy- and Emmy-winner Panion arranged and orchestrated the Blind Boys’ classic hits for this performance, featuring members of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra and a 300-person combined college choir.
A small blood donation can help UAB researchers and doctors learn how better to use immunology to treat disease.
UAB Student Media Director Jackie Alexander was inaugurated in November at the annual conference held in Atlanta, where UAB student media outlets were awarded top prizes.
After having a below-the-knee amputation, former SEC football player Ka’Darian Hill is using his story to motivate and inspire others.
New eligibility requirements will help more Jefferson County residents seek care at Cooper Green.
Any woman can be at risk for any gynecologic cancer. Risk tends to increase with age, and there is always a heightened possibility of cancer due to family history or race.
A UAB infectious diseases physician breaks down what you need to know about flu, RSV and COVID as people navigate colder months and have exposure to these viruses.
The regimen — which relies solely on already FDA-approved medications — showed remarkable success in Parsons model case series.
The affiliation between the UAB O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center and Infirmary Cancer Care will bring NCI-designated comprehensive cancer care to the Gulf Coast region for the first time.
The event will take place during Creed Week, as students reflect on what it means to be a Blazer.
A UAB study evaluating the treatment of severe dyslipidemia showed that only one in three individuals with severe dyslipidemia took lipid-lowering medications without any improvement in the treatment rates over 10 years.
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