Research & Innovation
Researchers mapped distinct bone marrow niche populations and their differentiation paths.
A new study found that increasing blood thinners in discharged patients with medical illness reduces their risk of blood clots.
These findings suggest that large geographic treatment disparities in high-intensity statin use after a heart attack are poorly understood and require further research and intervention.
Measuring blood pressure at home will ensure doctors are treating people who need to be treated for high blood pressure and are not starting patients on medication who may not have hypertension.
This is a potential mechanistic underpinning — at least in a subset of patients — for the altered behaviors observed in autism.
Sigrid Ladores, Ph.D., will interview 190 cystic fibrosis patients, their partners and their providers to determine the level of conservation around fertility preservation.
Adolescents with and without driving experience needed for research on distracted driving.
UAB assistant professor lands fellowship that allows her to provide expert advice on police in regard to science and technology relating to agriculture in the United States.
Research results show that an organization’s ability to successfully manage information security incidents is determined by the actions of its employees, among other factors.
Airway fractal dimension gives added prognostic information over traditional CT scan measures in COPD.

Sensory processing difficulties, which affect one in six people, can make public spaces a nightmare and lead to traumatic meltdowns. A UAB expert teaches venues around the world how to help rather than hurt. Here’s her advice. 

A substaintial grant from the NIAID will help UAB researchers further HIV outreach and care.
Ceren Yarar-Fisher, P.T., Ph.D., has received a $2 million R01 grant to study the effects of the ketogenic diet on neurorecovery in individuals with acute spinal cord injury.
A peptide used as the “gold standard” for diagnosis heart failure loses predictive ability in African Americans.
Researchers will look at the resistance of hybrid perovskite as a new material to be used in space exploration equipment.
Researchers at UAB are looking at the health of brain structures called dendritic spines in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease.
Millennial lung health will get its first focus with $24.8 million grant.
This study has substantial conceptual and clinical implications for heart failure.
Research shows that using e-commerce and salespeople in tandem can improve a business’s bottom line.
Scientists at UAB have homed in on a protein structure in the brain that may be a promising target for new therapies to treat Parkinson’s disease.
The grant will enable researchers to evaluate the complement system at the ocular surface in those with pSS dry eye disease.
Development of effective approaches to target these persistent leukemic stem cells is a challenge for better cancer care.
The CRU provides research infrastructure for patient-oriented research in the areas of eye disease and vision impairment.
UAB will study the key factors that contribute to burnout among physicians and how to improve the well-being and clinical skills of internal medicine residents.
UAB investigators publish landmark findings about the cardiovascular health of Asian Americans.
UAB investigators have outlined the incidence and implications of atrial fibrillation after transcatheter aortic valve implantation and surgical aortic valve replacement.
The International Symbol of Access has been criticized for its inadequate representation of disability diversity, poorly representing universal design of space and products.
Heart failure after a heart attack is a global epidemic, with 50 percent of patients dying within five years.
BK polyomavirus reactivation is a major source of kidney damage in transplant recipients leading to rejection, so reducing viral levels may save more kidneys.
No current therapy for multiple sclerosis exists to halt the progression of this autoimmune disease.
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