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

More than 150 area middle-school girls will come to campus April 21 for the second Girls in Science & Engineering Day.

Twenty professors from 17 departments received the 2012 Graduate Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentorship.

Researchers are working on a drug-delivery method specially designed to target cancer tumors.

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

UAB’s AMC21 plan includes investing in infrastructure and technology platforms to keep the education of UAB students on the cutting edge.

UAB’s AMC21 plan aims to make UAB the preferred academic medical center of the 21st century.

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

Corey Shum, programmer/analyst in mechanical engineering, is October’s Employee of the Month.

Gustavo Heudebert, M.D., has long had a desire to help clinician educators improve their teaching skills and strategies.

Assistant Professor Shahid Mukhtar was part of the first research team to build a plant interactome map.

UAB is opening a new, state-of-the-art zebrafish research facility.

UAB Biomedical Engineering Researcher Xincheng Yao receives $400,000 NSF Career Award for human retina research.

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

UAB Surgical Physician Assistant faculty and students volunteered to work worked in Cullman after the April 27 tornadoes.

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.

Sadis Matalon recently was named the next editor of the American Journal of Physiology –  Lung, Cellular and Molecular Physiology.
Associate Professor Andra Frost has taken a small step that could lead to a giant leap — improving the outlook for many cancer patients.
UAB is Alabama’s first university to employ the total TAH license giving unlimited use of MATLAB in both teaching and research activities.
Margaret Feller uses tribal lessons to manage multiple difficult tasks. She has been named Employee of the Month for January.
Findings by Wally Carlo show an education-training program in basic neonatal care in developing countries can reduce neonatal mortality.
Monica Baskin, Ph.D., and Dori Pekmezi, Ph.D., are examining the socio-cultural influence on the diets of black women in the Deep South.
Yuhua Zhang, an assistant professor of ophthalmology, has developed an adaptive-optics, 3-D imaging instrument that provides an unprecedented view of the human eye that ophthalmologists can use to identify and treat human-eye diseases.
Parents and co-workers praise Susie White’s patience, organization and loving attitude as key traits that make her worthy of May’s Employee of the Month honor.
The UAB Pediatric/Adolescent Gynecologic Clinic within Children’s Hospital positions UAB and Children’s Hospital as leaders in diagnosis and treatment of pediatric and adolescent gynecologic disorders and is one of only two such dedicated children’s clinics in the Birmingham area.
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