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Program enables employees to spend six hours of work time per week attending GED preparation classes
Pharmacist responsible for managing machines that administer 90 to 95 percent of all medications used in hospital
UAB will promote teaching skills and showcase research findings in medical education during Medical Education Week Sept. 24-28

Long-term study seeks people ages 30-65 who never have been diagnosed with cancer

A two-way exchange program will help the School of Nursing prepare health-care professionals to address disparities in care for people in Zambia, Malawi and the United States

UAB's David Sweatt will be the first molecular neurobiologist in the U.S. to investigate Pitt- Hopkins syndrome, a disorder characterized by intellectual disability and developmental delays, which can range from moderate to severe.

UAB's Office of Public Relations and Marketing honored for tornado coverage.

Lynne Vining is a “dirt sailor,” a Navy nurse in Afghanistan who cares for fallen comrades.

UAB, the City of Birmingham, the YMCA of Greater Birmingham and the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation team to educate area citizens on diabetes management and prevention.

The UAB Comprehensive Diabetes Center recently hosted its third annual Diabetes Research Day.

In a new preventive medicine study, Gareth Dutton hopes to determine what types of long-term programs help people manage weight loss over time.

Mike Wyss recently was honored by the Alabama Academy of Science with its 2011 Wright Gardner Award — the top state science award.

Sandra Pilkinton has been named February’s Employee of the Month.

Trigg latest from UAB family to be memorialized on the Hill University Center's Wall of Honor.

Psychologists Joseph Schumacher and Jalie Tucker were selected to help educate Congress about the dangers in cutting funding.

Mike Jezdimir came to UAB’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for help with transverse myelitis.

Sixteen UAB physicians and researchers were selected for awards during the Comprehensive Cancer Center’s annual Research Retreat.

A team of eight — six with UAB ties — that spent a week in Lanzhou, China, teaching physical therapy techniques to health-care providers.

Civitan International Research Center still setting the bar in developmental cognitive disabilities research after 20 years.

The Comprehensive Diabetes Center is only a few years old says Anath Shalev, M.D., — the center's new director— so there is much work to do.

Cary Ramey's toe-thumb transplant gives his active lifestyle a boost.

Jorge Alsip, M.D., has been appointed as UAB Health System’s first chief medical information officer (CMIO) effective Oct. 4.

UAB medical professionals who were in New York on 9/11 when the World Trade Center was attacked remember that day and the lessons learned.

James Long, associate professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery, offers patients a non-surgical option to treat Dupuytreyn’s disease.

UAB ED Charge Nurse Matt McLain is on track to complete his nurse practitioner degree in 2013, and he’s also July’s Employee of the Month.

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