Displaying items by tag: school of public health

Traveler's Health Clinic Director David Freedman says concerns the Germany strain of E. Coli will spread in America are minimal.

Seafood from the Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida coastlines is safe for consumption according to federal testing.

UAB faculty, staff and students responded to those in need in the aftermath of the April 27 tornadoes, and they know more work will need to be done in the coming months.

Julia Gohlke investigates the link between coal consumption, electricity use and health to weigh the implications for energy policy.
UAB is Alabama’s first university to employ the total TAH license giving unlimited use of MATLAB in both teaching and research activities.
Dori Pekmezi recently discovered the state’s first Turner’s syndrome support group and now is promoting an upcoming April meeting.
Connie Kohler has mentored students for the past 15 years and she admits to possessing an affinity for explaining things to other people.
The Institute of Medicine’s Expert Committee has pointed to five areas to address in the Gulf oil spill disaster.
The Healthy Passages project will assess health behaviors in children — from physical activity and nutrition to violence.
The TIGER Study, led by Molly Bray, will investigate the influence of variation in DNA sequence on body fatness and fitness.
Jalie Tucker received the Presidential Citation for Distinguished Service from the American Psychological Association.
The new GWA Test Driver enables researchers to test-drive combinations of prospective designs and analyses and produce reports containing publication-quality plots and tables of power analyses and sample-size calculations ready to include in manuscripts and grant applications.
UAB faculty and staff have been training organizations and first responders — ranging from law enforcement officials to first receivers to veterinarians — for a decade through the Center for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP). The organization includes a partnership with Tulane University and the states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
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