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UAB has been award a $28-million grant renewal for REGARDS, the nation’s largest study aimed at exploring racial and geographic differences in stroke illness and death.
Intensive lifestyle interventions can put Type 2 diabetes into remission, eliminate need for medication, according to a new study.

The ongoing REGARDS study finds that a 10-millimeter difference in blood pressure can make blacks three times more likely than whites to have a stroke.

The winning teams receive grant awards from $20,000 to $25,000 each, totaling $100,000.

Fouad is the first woman to receive the award.

Phillips will learn about the legislative process from health policy experts in Washington, D.C.

UAB investigators will examine new technology, including iPads, as better tools to explain research studies to potential participants.

Sarah Parcak’s remote-sensing expertise uncovered lost sites, unlocked mysteries into the success of the Roman Empire.

UAB study finds college students surfing mobile Internet while crossing street more than twice as likely to be hit or have a close call.

UAB researchers find spiritual coping a predictor of mental health in chronically ill youth; recommend clinicians assess spirituality.

Krishna is also the director of the Central Alabama High Field NMR Facility.

Goodin was one of four researchers nationally to win a grant.

Victor Darley-Usmar also directs the UAB Center for Free Radical Biology.

Prediction of skin cancer risk improved by adding family and genomic data.

UAB teachers are learning new educational standards.

He is a leading specialist worldwide in dynamics, energy and fuel efficiency, and mobility of multi-wheel drive vehicles.

Ancestors’ ability to kill parasite linked to kidney disease severity in African-Americans with lupus.

The Division of Nuclear Medicine is now the Division Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics.

Severe, system-wide inflammation kills hundreds of thousands of Americans every year.

UAB kicks off research program to combat obesity in children with Down syndrome.

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.

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