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Matt Windsor

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This is the first complete overhaul of UAB’s core curriculum requirements since the university was founded, focusing on providing competencies critical for the 21st century that will better equip students to meet their lifelong goals.
Hold better meetings, avoid cognitive blind spots, laugh or just be swept away by a great story. The fall semester may be right around the corner; but there’s always time to pick up a good book.
UAB is leading an internal review to select a small group of proposals to send forward to the State of Alabama for funding consideration as part of a nearly $249 million settlement. The deadline for proposals to UAB’s internal review process is Aug. 31.  

Help us find out by joining our study at UAB by participating in the PRECISION-BP research study investigating the effects of Sacubitril/Valsartan or Valsartan on your body’s 24-hour rhythm of a hormone in your blood called natriuretic peptides. This hormone and the study medications are related to the heart. Eligible participants must be obese (BMI: 30-45 kg/m2) men and women, have high blood pressure, and have no history of heart or kidney problems. The study involves wearing a blood pressure monitor for 24 hours, 24-hour inpatient visits at UAB Hospital, taking medications, and collecting blood and urine samples. Meals will be provided at no cost. Participants will be compensated $575 for completing the study visits. Please e-mail Haley at PRECISION-BPSTUDY@uabmc.edu or call us at 205-975-5825 if you are interested.

Are you tired of constantly fearing urinary leakage? Say goodbye to embarrassing accidents and take control of your life! We believe in living life to the fullest without worrying about Urgency Urinary Leakage. Compensation is provided.

Call us today at (205) 934-5498 to join our urogynecology clinical trial and find the perfect treatment plan tailored to you.
Do you identify as an individual living with cancer and part of the LGBTQIA+ community or a care partner of someone in this community? A research lab at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is looking to learn about the day-to-day experiences of LGBTQIA+ cancer survivors and their care partners. We are interested in how individuals manage difficult situations related to their respective roles in their relationships. Individuals living with cancer often encounter stressful situations that can impact their mood and any additional stressors from living as a sexual or gender minority with a lack of resources adds an increased risk of experiencing stressful situations. The goal of this work is to develop resources that better support the well-being of LGBTQIA+ individuals living with cancer and their care partners. This study will take place FULLY online with completion of daily surveys. All participants will be compensated. To learn more about our study contact us at starlab@uab.edu
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is inviting Hispanic or Latino/a family caregivers to complete short surveys for our study. Your answers will help us understand your daily experiences and develop services to better support caregivers in the community. You will be paid for your time. Your answers will remain anonymous. To learn more contact us at starlab@uab.edu or call Lorelí Alvarez at 205-996-0339.
To be contacted by the research team register here: https://uab.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d3TmeAlFEPBRmNU

¿Cuidas de un familiar con problemas de memoria o demencia/enfermedad de Alzheimer?
La Universidad de Alabama en Birmingham (UAB) está invitando a cuidadores familiares hispanos y latinos para que completen breves encuestas para nuestro proyecto. Tus respuestas ayudarán a comprender mejor las experiencias del día a día y a desarrollar servicios para apoyar mejor a los cuidadores familiares de la comunidad. Les compensaremos por su participación. Sus respuestas permanecerán anónimas. Para saber más escribe a starlab@uab.edu o llama por teléfono al 205-996-0339 y pregunta por Lorelí Alvarez.
Para ser contactado por el equipo de investigación haga click aquí: https://uab.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d3TmeAlFEPBRmNU
Study of an investigational device for improving glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes. It is an external headset that attaches behind the ears to deliver a small electrical current to the vestibular system – the balance system in the inner ear. Previous research suggests that activating the vestibular nerve may cause a reduction in body fat but also improve glycemic control. The aim of the study is to evaluate whether frequent use of the device, along with a lifestyle modification program, can improve glycemic control. Contact 205-996-4015 or 205-996-4020 for more information.
Born from pandemic turmoil, the UAB Journaling Club has taken off. Read on to find out what it is all about, then join the next meeting 10:30 a.m. tomorrow.
The Virtual Anatomy Lab, created by a faculty member and a graduate student who is about to begin medical school, brings together a wealth of resources and study tools, from textbooks to podcasts.
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