Noteworthy appearances of UAB in local and national news

UAB, Samford Receive Nursing Grants

(Birmingham Business Journal)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is giving 31 grants worth $9.7 million to universities throughout Alabama to strengthen and build nursing programs and the primary care work force.

Now, Look Younger Without Going Under the Knife

(Times of India)
"Dermatologists no longer view the aging face as specific wrinkles or folds, but instead look at the face as a whole with what can be imagined as soft tissue scaffolding below the skin surface that supports the deep underlying fat," said Dr. Marian E. Northington, from University of Alabama in Birmingham.

Muddy Outdoors Safety Harness Review

(The A to Z of Archery)
If you are going to climb up a tree and bowhunt, then you should think of your family and yourself and make sure you are wearing a Safety Harness. If had to guess at the age group of hunters who are most likely to have a tree stand injury it would be young hunters between 15 and 34. This age group is more likely to suffer serious injuries in tree stand-related accidents, according to researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Center for Injury Sciences.

UAB Student Wins ABA Scholarship Sponsored by ABC 33/40

(WBMA-TV, Birmingham)
Congratulations to Miss Trina Boswell. Trina is the winner of a $500, 2010-2011 Alabama Broadcasters Association scholarship sponsored by ABC 33/40. She is enrolled at University of Alabama at Birmingham, majoring in Broadcast Journalism and minoring in Marketing. Trina is currently in her last two semesters at UAB, and is looking forward to the day she can finally walk across the stage to receive her Bachelor's degree.