Bland is professor and chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of Alabama School of Medicine.
What does UASOM stand for?
UASOM stands for University of Alabama School of Medicine
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I'm convinced," says Beatrice Hahn, a microbiologist at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham.
John Whitaker is chairman of neurology at the University of Alabama School of Medicine and chairman of the Society's Medical Advisory Board.
Roland Weinsier, director of clinical nutritional sciences at University of Alabama School of Medicine, who says: "A large intake of complex carbohydrates, such as unrefined starches, fruits, and vegetables -- that are high in bulk and low in energy density -- will result in longer eating time (since the person chews longer), will bring about satiety, and will result in lower calorie intake.
Pieroni, The University of Alabama School of Medicine, Tuscaloosa Program.