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The University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences is set to host its spring 2024 Haddin Forums.
These findings could lead to non-invasive, low-cost tests and the early diagnosis of the disease, which progresses for decades before symptoms of dementia emerge.   
UAB Hospital practice areas were honored with the “Best Hospital” designation, including cancer care, heart care, stroke care, minimally invasive surgery, comprehensive breast care, mammograms, obstetrics and women’s services.
The ArtBLINK Gala raises funds to help the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center further its mission of advancing the understanding of cancer to improve prevention, detection, treatment and survivorship for all people.
Speakers for “A Tale of Two Cities: Atlanta and Birmingham During the Civil Rights Movement” will shed light on how city governments, civil society leaders and urban geographies can advance or obstruct racial justice and human rights.
All ages can learn how to swim in a water-safe environment from Jan. 22-Feb. 26 or March 4-April 15 at the University Recreation Center.
Wallick will perform his diverse program “The Virtuosic Fugue,” culminating with one of Beethoven’s most important piano sonatas, which has never been performed in the UAB Piano Series’ history.
Bluegrass chart-toppers and festival headliners Steep Canyon Rangers, heralds of the Carolina sound, are frequent collaborators with renowned banjoist, actor and comedian Steve Martin.
 
Artist and UAB Professor Gary Chapman has cut about 10,000 paper snowflakes in the last 15 years. Here are his tips to cut your own.
This year’s juror is Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho, whose new works will be shown in a companion exhibition.
The free 7 p.m. performance is part of the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center’s Young Concert Artists Series.
Kevin McCain’s award-winning book “Understanding How Science Explains the World” explores the nature of scientific explanation and addresses common misconceptions about scientific theories.
As part of the HESP cohort, Miller aims to enhance community engagement, communicate research findings and foster relationships with peers while focusing on policy determinants of health, particularly in the context of sexual and gender minorities and racial health inequities.
An additional $5 million gift from Heersink will allow recruitment of top-tier faculty and enhance research efforts at UAB.
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