Louisville group makes its mark at international meeting in San Diego.
Advanced Cancer Therapeutics enters Phase 1 human clinical trials with first-in-class anti-cancer drug candidate
Trial sites now enrolling patients at University of Louisville, Georgetown University
U of L receives $5.5 million grant from Helmsley Charitable Trust to support innovative cancer research
New funding will help researchers move into clinical trials vaccines for cervical and colon cancer.
Accolades recognize innovation and leadership that lead to improvements in medical care.
Researchers to discuss deadly lung disease affecting horses, dogs, cats, humans.
One-day conference to address current guidelines and trends in the field of cardiovascular medicine.
U of L Internal Medicine Residency Program again fills all of its available openings.
Founder of Wake Forest dermatology department delivers first-ever presentation of newly endowed lecture series.
Award recognizes education, research and patient care accomplishments of academicians.
Delegation from Bush Hog, Inc., makes donation at recent Farm Machinery Show in Louisville.
Doctors picked by consensus peer review.
Before 2007, the potentially deadly super bug MRSA stalked patients at the Louisville Veterans Affairs Medical Center — with infection rates 20 times higher than they are today.
Cold weather might just seem like an inconvenience, but there can be real effects on health. And with bitterly cold temperatures expected here until at least the middle of this week, it's a good time to talk about what they can do to the body.
Further clinical study could result in the plasma thermogram as a compliment test to the traditional screening method for cervical cancer.
Louisville named as one of nine centers for new initiative aimed at aiding pulmonary fibrosis research and treatment.
Continues trend of near perfection in fellowship matches.
Jewish Heritage Foundation, funds from late U of L board chairman total $3 million.
U of L doctor recognized for 'melding basic experiments with patient-oriented studies' and 'extraordinary research.'
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.