Penny Anthony was critically injured in the April 2011 tornadoes that ravaged the south. A physical therapist by training, she's now playing a much different role. See how this experience has opened her eyes to the patient's point of view.
Do you dread the dead or do you kill for the thrill? There is no purgatory for fear. Being frightened is heaven for some and hell for others.
UAB's Kim Hoover, M.D., says there are real medical conditions that pregnant women should guard against to stay safe and healthy as the temperature rises.
Researchers from UAB have created a three-dimensional electrospun scaffold on the nano scale that more effectively and efficiently facilitates cell and tissue growth in the laboratory
With nearly 37 billion in online purchases reported last holiday season alone, UAB's Gary Warner, Director of Research in Computer Forensics warns that the convenience of online shopping doesn't come without risks.
UAB engineering lifts off with more projects for NASA
Christian Maniscalco spent more hours that he remembers in the pool, on a bike and on the track training for an Ironman competition to benefit Down syndrome patients at UAB.
Military spending is affected by the electoral cycles," says UAB Assistant Professor of Sociology Casey Borch, Ph.D., an expert on defense spending.
The future of materials manufacturing in Alabama will be shaped by the skilled scholars and students working in a newly dedicated center of excellence at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Engineering.
Atak Yai, a freshman soccer player for the Blazers, is making new friends and just hanging out even though he's the topic of more campus conversation than the usual freshman. Yai is the subject of the 2010-11 UAB Discussion Book Outcasts United.