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The UAB Physical Therapy program graduated its first class of baccalaureate students in 1967 — before there was a University of Alabama at Birmingham — and has made indelible marks on the profession through clinical care, research, teaching and service. See its rich history in this video.
An ultra-fast, ultra-tiny switch operates at terahertz speeds — a thousand times faster than the switches in today's fastest consumer-grade computers — using gold nanoparticles added to man-made vanadium dioxide. Get a glimpse into the future from UAB's David Hilton, Ph.D., and graduate student Nate Brady in The Mix, UAB's research blog.
UAB is examining the way genes, clinical factors, environment and lifestyle interact to affect individual response to anticoagulants.
Ragib Hasan, Ph.D., director of the UAB's SECRETLab, talks about the challenges facing data detectives and the ways technology can assist law-enforcement, help secure corporate, military and national institutions and protect the food and medicine supply chain.
Works of art made by women in rural India and prints from post-war Japan will be featured in exhibitions June 5-July 17 in the UAB Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts. A free opening reception is planned 5-8 p.m. June 6.
Canvas launched May 5 for some and will start June 2 for the 10-week term and June 23 for the Summer B Term. Students will be enrolled in Canvas for courses included in the pilot; all others will remain in Blackboard until fall. Register for training, technical support, request a feature and more on the Canvas Success Site.
A year into the UAB strategic planning process, UAB President Ray L. Watts reflects on the institution’s influence and the importance and initial success of the vital campuswide effort.
Cynthia J. Brown, M.D., has been named the director of UAB's Division of Gerontology, Geriatrics and Palliative Care and its Comprehensive Center for Healthy Aging.
Susan Packa, academic advisor for Health Care Management and Health Information Management programs, received the 2014 Outstanding Advising Award from the National Academic Advising Association.
UAB Medicine is included in Becker’s 2014 "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare," a list of organizations that provide excellent work environments and outstanding benefits to their employees.
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