An innovative bioprinter designed by a University of Alabama at Birmingham student is speeding tissue engineering and the manufacturing of human tissue for organ regeneration and replacement.
For most of her life, a young woman had been a medical mystery. At age five, her lower limbs began to show impairment. The cause eluded physicians.
Since the middle of the twentieth century, vaccines have prevented countless cases of disease and have saved millions of lives.
It has been over six years since Syrians experienced the tumultuous Arab spring that forced many to flee their homes for refuge in nearby regions or far from their native country.
An icon of Southern literature, William Faulkner illustrated the genius of writing based on your own experiences.
As spring settles in Alabama amid dogwoods and azaleas, locum tenens physician Robert Cosby, MD is enjoying the balmy Caribbean as part of a unique fraternity of maritime medicine. This April, Cosby is traveling to various ports of call, including the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Belize.
For most professionals, there is a prescribed career path to follow. When that leads to success, it's time to revel -- or even rest on your laurels. Not so, however, for William "Bill" Crawford, MD.
In his medical practice with Urology Centers of Alabama, urologist Dr. Mark DeGuenther uses high-tech tools that weren't available just a generation ago. But in his off-time, he's gotten an unusual amount of experience with an age-old skill: parenting.
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