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This study is providing researchers with an infrastructure they can build upon as they work to fully understand how exercise impacts the entire body.
By prohibiting the Activin A protein from functioning, researchers were able to halt the development of dyskinesia symptoms and effectively erase the brain’s “bad memory” response to L-DOPA treatments.
Use of high-speed video microscopy and artificial intelligence provides calculated statistics like diastolic and systolic diameters, fractional shortening, and ejection fraction.
Researchers at UAB compared three risk-assessment tools for predicting mortality risk.
UAB researcher finds that presumed retinal gliosis may serve as a potential biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease-related neuroinflammation in the eye.
Factors contributing to the rise of PTSD and ASD in college students may include pandemic-related stressors and the effects of traumatic events.
A new study from UAB finds that a home vegetable garden can increase fruit and vegetable consumption as well as physical activity in cancer survivors.
Indirect benefits could include how to lessen rejection of transplanted organs and damage to the transplanted tissue.
Brainard does not think AI offers a substitute for human creativity at this time. AI has yet to compete with humans’ originality, a particular form of self-cultivation, connectedness and imagination.
A new UAB study sheds light on how changes in sociohistorical contexts impact the role of teen births on attainment of higher education.
Ninety-two percent of evaluable patients treated with INB-200 exceeded a median progression-free survival of seven months. Glioblastoma multiforme is the most aggressive type of cancer originating in the brain.
UAB researchers leverage data from the All of Us Research Program to show that carpal tunnel syndrome is a sentinel event for cardiac amyloidosis.
Appearing in both DNA and RNA sequences, G-quadruplexes’ relationship with the protein SRSF1 demonstrates the unexplored broader implications of SR proteins in RNA splicing and translation.  
UAB research claims frame-of-reference training is most effective when assessing low-performing individuals, and understanding performance levels is essential for effective training.
Gingivitis increases in severity and prevalence during pregnancy due to hormonal changes.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients with type 2 inflammation saw rapid and sustained improvements after treatment with the monoclonal antibody dupilumab.
Participating in a clinical trial can be lifesaving, and now, more patients than ever have access to life-changing therapies at UAB.
New research from the UAB Collat School of Business provides a comprehensive analysis of AI’s implications for various stakeholders.
A newly identified subset of intestinal epithelial cells act as both the major target and a key responder in a mouse model of gut infection by the bacteria Citrobacter rodentium.
This serious mental health problem resists treatment, but a mouse model shows a potential new treatment.
New research from the UAB Collat School of Business emphasizes the importance of aligning social media skills development with industry expectations, recognizing the value of practical experience through client projects.
With this collaborative effort, the profile of UAB within biomedical data science and future data-driven medicine will be significantly raised on a national stage.
The study will examine a protein that may help slow bleeding in the brain when given within a two-hour window following the first signs of hemorrhage.
Understanding the mechanisms underlying tolerance and hyperalgesia is essential to enhance morphine’s utility in chronic pain management.
A new study from UAB provides clarity on how the pandemic mattered for the mental health of parents with school-age children.
Mortgage lending discrimination in the 1930s is still geographically associated with inequities in colon cancer care today. Colon cancer often can be treated successfully if detected early.
UAB researchers say the presented data indicates that a younger age and higher HbA1c at baseline predict early treatment failure and point to the need for more aggressive initial treatment in these patients.
Chemotherapy is a common treatment for TNBC, but studies show that only 40 percent of tumors respond to the treatment. A team of researchers have developed a model using machine learning to predict patient responses.
This research analyzes the oral health of geriatric and pediatric patients in Southeast Alaska.
Participants between the ages of 18 and 60 who received peer coaching showed significant reduction in systolic blood pressure.
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