International publication focuses on research in tissue and organ transplantation and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
Study led by UofL cardiologists to explore what flavors may be most harmful
CAR T-cells targeting CD4 protein granted orphan drug status for peripheral T-cell lymphoma treatment
UofL a site for patients who might be candidates for new drug therapy
Annual talk hosted by the UofL Division of Cardiovascular Medicine in honor of leading local cardiologist known for bringing innovative treatment modalities in heart disease
Husband and wife cardiologists return to where it all began, join faculty at their alma mater
UofL dermatology chief tapped by Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
Accolades earned from annual survey conducted by Louisville Magazine and Greater Louisville Medical Society
Program receives nation's best score to earn $8 million grant
Online course certified by the UofL Office of Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development.
Donation comes from funds raised at city's annual fundraising event
Tse leads first team to identify AF1q protein associated with multiple myeloma, extramedullary disease
Protein associated with multiple myeloma, extramedullary disease
University of Louisville faculty, fellows and residents part of several talks and presentations
St. Margaret Mary School will be the site of a new green installation by UofL
UofL cardiologist garners "Young Investigator Award in Cardiovascular Health Outcomes and Population Genetics" from the American College of Cardiology
UofL cardiologist recognized for research into cardiac overestimation risk
Two-day event hosted by the UofL Division of Blood & Bone Marrow Transplantation to feature many distinguished local and national educators and researchers coming together in the memory of Dr. Geoffrey Herzig
Internal Medicine, Combined Med-Peds groups both fill their available spots with solid incoming classes
Becomes first cancer center in the region to offer next-day service.
Initiative led by Dr. Lorrel Brown of the UofL Division of Cardiovascular Medicine trains thousands on hands-only CPR.
Louisville group worked teach students to avoid physician burnout and improve patient outcomes.