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University of Louisville Joins Prestigious International Group Advising the United Nations on Sustainability
UofL also to be founding member for US network.
Newest institute named in honor of Christina Lee Brown
Potential New Target for Breast Cancer Treatment Published in Cell Metabolism
Obesity has been linked to an increased risk of breast cancer but the reasons for this association are not clear. UofL/JGBCC investigator Bing Li and colleagues recently reported that a protein produced in fat cells (called adipose fatty acid binding protein or A-FADP) can promote the development of breast cancer. Overweight women have higher circulating levels of this protein.
What Do the Louisville Zoo, Snow Leopards and Papilloma Virus Have in Common?
The answer: Drs. A. Bennett Jenson and Shin-je Ghim.
UofL Cancer Education Program Award Winners Announced at Research!Louisville
Research!Louisville Award Winners 2018
‘Think Pink’ in Shepherdsville on Oct. 23 honors breast cancer survivors
Tackling opioid misuse among older adults
Cancer Research publication authored by Drs. John and Sandy Wise recognized as NIEHS extramural publication of the month
Dr. La Creis Kidd presents prostate cancer findings at new cancer center in Senegal
Where was this water before it was in my beer?
New location and time for Beer with a Scientist! Oct. 17
Researchers earn federal funding to explore impact of environment on diabetes, obesity
41 UofL Cancer Education Program Students to Present Their Cancer Research Projects
Special Olympics gold medalist receives clinical care at UofL
UofL and Jewish Hospital Trager Transplant Center achieve 300th Lung Transplant
First lung transplant at Jewish Hospital took place in 1991
Professor Emeritus among honorees of optimal aging awards
Technology, along with therapy, helps individuals with chronic spinal cord injuries voluntarily take steps
New research published in the New England Journal of Medicine documents the effectiveness of epidural stimulation with locomotor training following chronic, complete spinal cord injury in restoring brain-to-spine connectivity, long thought to be impossible
M&I Faculty Receive Multiple Awards in 2018
GEMS: Ushering homegrown talent into medicine for 30 years
Guaranteed Entrance to Medical School (GEMS) smooths the path for talented Kentucky students into a medical career
Optimal aging institute creates new index to measure quality of life for older adults