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Goldman will study Diamond Blackfin Anemia, a rare, childhood bone marrow failure syndrome.

Friedman will conduct research on medulloblastoma, the most common malignant brain tumor found in children.

A combination of cancer drugs showed promise in killing triple-negative breast cancer cells.

UAB team rewarded for helping stop social media botnet and others; Facebook donates $250,000 of money recovered from spammers to CIA|JFR

UAB research shows that brain-training exercises can improve processing speed and the ability to perform everyday activities
Experimental drugs, while still years away, move closer to human clinical trials in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease

Corneas unsuitable for transplant may find new use as a patch in glaucoma surgery.

Multi-million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health will propel research in energetics, aging and health disparities.

Three UAB researchers win state awards designed to boost economy, increase innovation in Alabama.

National Institute of Nursing Research grant will help combat HIV in the rural Deep South.

John Hartman works with the Nutrition Obesity Research Center and the Department of Medicine.

Bradley Yoder, Ph.D., was among the authors of the article in Nature Medicine.

Spinal cord research at UAB gets boost with state funding through the T.J. Atchison Research Program.

Discovery may broaden clinical applications for a class of drugs that show promise for the treatment of familial breast and ovarian cancer.

UAB’s Robicheaux moderates discussion of potential loss of $1B in Alabama online tax revenue

The majority of the new grants will go to UAB.

The grant will further research on treating leukemia in children.

A grant from NFL Charities will help UAB researchers study a potential way to minimize the biochemical injuries associated with concussions.

New security mechanism uses proximity-detection approach to prevent “mafia fraud” attacks, theft of financial information.

Jablonski will discuss the links between oral health and other health problems.

CT scans can help physicians predict which COPD patients are likely to take a turn for the worse, say UAB researchers.

The collaborative Deep South Resource Center for Minority Aging Research is housed in the UAB Center for Aging.

A new center and virtual clinic will help translate best practices into widely usable strategies to predict, treat or prevent gout.

Despite 15 years of effectiveness, no one knows how DBS works, but UAB study offers new clues.

Alvarez's work in ovarian cancer research honored.

UAB was one of only six universities tapped by the Council of Graduate Schools to study its practices.

Recycled materials may become armor against flying debris.

UAB researchers looking at differences in pain for people with knee osteoarthritis.

Expectant mothers in Kenya avoid skilled care for fear of HIV label.

The School of Education program will work with teachers at a local, high-need school.

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