Research
UAB study suggests individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder may not be more prone to cyber phishing attacks compared to those without the disorder.
A UAB dentist has developed a new filling using antibiotics and nitric oxide for root canal treatment that can help heal the canal more effectively.

Up to now, it has not been clear if these cells might be useful to combat influenza infections or even if they exist at all.

Safe and effective therapeutic agents that can treat these cancer-causing viruses are greatly needed.
Car and motorcycle racing lead the way in spectator injuries, according to UAB orthopedic surgeons, who published the first study in the field.
Can genetic code help build next-generation solar cells and shrink our devices? Physicist Krishen Appavoo aims to find out with a new NSF grant.
Junior Karly Casey shares her UAB research journey and her summer at Brookhaven National Lab.
Upcoming SpaceX launch to include one of three new rapid-freeze devices for future International Space Station missions.
This Ph.D. training targets a Department of Education “area of national need.”
New research shows that calcified nodules in the eye increase the risk for progression to advanced AMD.
Two UAB students have an idea to revolutionize health care. Will it survive a twisting, turning journey of discovery?
Doctoral student Kwaku Osei came to UAB to learn from top researchers in the dry eye field. His work focuses on a tear film component that could provide a new way to treat a growing vision problem.
The UAB Computer Forensics Research Lab partners with Facebook to fight online drug sales.
This finding may point to a therapeutic target to treat tuberculosis, which kills 1.3 million people each year.
Greg Pavela, Ph.D., will lead the UAB team to study why some people are more susceptible to the health consequences of obesity than others.
Physics students will be selected to study laser-induced plasma as full-time research interns because of recent seed grant from the National Science Foundation.
An animal model for mild traumatic brain injury shows microscopic neuropathology, as well as neurophysiological and biochemical changes.
All academic areas saw increases in grant award monies from November 2017 through October 2018 as the university continues to grow its mission.
A new oral antibiotic medication has been determined to be successful in the treatment of uncomplicated urogenital gonorrhea.
Social media communities supporting moms who are breastfeeding create a unique bond.
Findings show that mitochondrial DNA may strongly influence cellular metabolism and susceptibility to metabolic diseases like heart failure or obesity.
After a series of breakthroughs that researcher Steven Rowe calls "one of the most remarkable stories in modern medicine," the majority of patients with cystic fibrosis can now be treated with highly effective therapies. The next step: adapting these treatments to COPD, asthma and a host of other conditions.
A study of how experimental inhibitors bind a key flu protein may guide novel antiviral compounds.
More than a third of people have the biology of Alzheimer’s disease but not the symptoms. Understanding why could lead to new therapies.
First-of-its kind study looks at impact of rising trend in business world.
A new study from UAB describes the impact of a peer coach intervention on hospitalizations and emergency room visits for individuals with diabetes and depression.
A new grant allows researchers to further identify family-based interventions needed for teen driver safety.
The Community Health Innovation Awards have touched thousands of men, women and children through projects proposed and led by community members across the Birmingham metro area.

UAB investigators are on the track of new technologies to better guide brain tumor therapy decisions.

A new drug offers therapeutic benefit for more than 90 percent of all people with cystic fibrosis.
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