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National variation in computed tomography of the head analyzed

Head computed tomography (CT) technical factors used in the United States were examined by Gary Cutter, PhD, professor in the Department of Biostatistics and head of the Section on Research Methods and Clinical Trials, and Guoqiao Wang, doctoral student in the Department of Biostatistics, with other colleagues to provide a baseline for future guidelines.

Update leading health care management text

Strategic leaders must not only plan as best they can but also learn, adjust, and develop new courses of action as they—and the health care industry—evolve, according to Peter M. Ginter, PhD, Professor in the Department of Health Care Organization and Policy and Senior Scholar in the Lister Hill Center for Health Policy, and W. Jack Duncan, PhD, Professor and University Scholar Emeritus in Management in the Graduate School of Management and Department of Health Care Organization and Policy and Senior Scholar in the Lister Hill Center.

Mold Toxins Tied to AIDS Epidemic

A type of fungus coating muc

2013-2014 Faculty Fellows in Service Learning Announced

The UAB School of Public Health is proud to announce that three educators in the school have been selected as part of the inaugural class of UAB Service Learning Faculty Fellows for the upcoming academic year. The Service Learning Faculty Fellows program is a one-year fellowship structured around a series of group workshops that cover theories, implementation, and assessment of service learning and how to integrate it across disciplines. Each Fellow will develop a new course or redesign an existing service-learning course using what they learn through the collaborative workshops and one-on-one support. Upon completion of the program, each fellow will receive a service learning enhancement grant of $1,500 to support course development.


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Science Unbound Foundation has announced its 2013 award winners for best scientific papers by investigators at the University of


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