- Leeth named UAB School of Medicine assistant dean for strategic planning
- Coping with holiday grief
- New water plan saves big money
- Campus police offer holiday safety tips
- Alys Stephen Center Screens Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago
- Hospital feeds underprivileged new moms
- UAB’s Alys Stephens Center presents Yo-Yo Ma Dec. 6
- Southern Miss tops Blazers, 62-27, in season ending game
- Henry Panion selected for 2014 Alabama African-American History Calendar
- Enjoy Christmas at the Alys Dec. 2, “The Season’s First Jingle”
- Engineering’s Ning wins ASTM International award
- Collat School of Business unveils sign at celebration
- Heudebert elected master by American College of Physicians
- Anti-aging strategies can improve more than looks
- On campus ‘blackout’ taken in stride
Closing in on goal, cancer study slots still available for Oct. 2-3
UAB faculty/staff and Birmingham community members have answered the call to enroll in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3) taking place Oct. 2-3, 2013, at the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, and there are still plenty of appointments available.
Edward Partridge, M.D., director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center and past-president of the ACS, set a goal for UAB: to have 1,201 participate with the intention of breaking the single-site recruitment record of enrolling the most participants. Currently, UAB is on track to meet and potentially beat that goal, and all it takes is signing up at www.cps3birmingham.org before Oct. 3.
Hear more from Partridge and UAB employees who have been touched by cancer at vimeo.com/72038727.