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PFF tabs U of L for new patient registry

PFF tabs U of L for new patient registry

Louisville named as one of nine centers for new initiative aimed at aiding pulmonary fibrosis research and treatment.

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Bolli receives AHA's Research Achievement Award

Bolli receives AHA's Research Achievement Award

U of L doctor recognized for 'melding basic experiments with patient-oriented studies' and 'extraordinary research.'

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Folz discusses COPD Awareness Month

Folz discusses COPD Awareness Month

Women are also 37 percent more likely to have COPD and account for more than half of COPD deaths in America, said Rodney Folz, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of Louisville Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Disorders Medicine.

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U of L medical staff emphasizes importance of flu shots, get vaccinates

Flu season is approaching and on Thursday, members of the University of Louisville medical staff are practicing what they preach by getting their flu shots for the season.

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U of L contingent cleans up at ACP Awards

U of L contingent cleans up at ACP Awards

Winners move on to present at national conference in Orlando; Urbach awarded association's highest honor

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Bhatnagar, DOC earn second COBRE grant

Bhatnagar, DOC earn second COBRE grant

Five-year, $11.25 million funding continues support of diabetes and obesity research at U of L

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Louisville Magazine recognizes six 'Top Docs'

Louisville Magazine recognizes six 'Top Docs'

Six members of the U of L Department of Medicine were recognized as "Top Docs" by Louisville Magazine.

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Dryden team earns CTP funding

Dryden team earns CTP funding

Program supports research teams to address unmet clinical needs, make improvements in health care and introduce commercial products.

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Study explores adult stem cells for angina relief

Study explores adult stem cells for angina relief

U of L now enrolling patients in trial's only national site located in Kentucky.

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