An experimental regimen of once-weekly breast irradiation following lumpectomy provides more convenience to patients at a lower cost, results in better completion rates of prescribed radiation treatment, and produces cosmetic outcomes comparable to the current standard of daily radiation.
At three months of age, Emmalie Smith suffered a spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed. Her parents, Amy and Bryce, took her to traditional physical and occupational therapy three times a week with the hope that their little girl would regain her ability to move.
PeaceDay 2014 events at the University of Louisville will focus Sept. 18 on “Celebrating 20 Years of Democracy in South Africa.”
Listeners are invited to experience classical music with the 2014-15 Music eX Series presented by the University of Louisville School of Music.
Darrell Griffith will be on hand next week as the American Heart Association and Get Healthy Now offer free hands-only CPR classes for all UofL employees in honor of the anniversary of 9/11.
A film that takes viewers on a virtual journey through ocean and wind currents, volcanoes and monster storms premieres this Saturday at the University of Louisville’s Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium.
Muriel Harris, PhD, associate professor in UofL's School of Public Health and Information Sciences, has been in Freetown, Sierra Leone since this summer helping to care for her elderly father. While there, she has become involved in a group that supports women and children who have been affected by Ebola.
Visitors to the next Flea Off Market can contribute their own mementos to an ongoing archival project at the University of Louisville Libraries.
A University of Louisville professor chaired a 10-member American Heart Association panel of experts that formulated its first-ever policy statement on e-cigarettes.
UofL’s record incoming class of more than 2,900 freshmen spent time during their first week of classes not only finding their way around campus, but also finding student groups that spark their interest.
Labor historian Toni Gilpin will discuss “Louisville’s ‘Most Perfect Union’” during two Sept. 16 talks about an interracial union local’s efforts in the 1950s.
A firm belief in the value of education is one reason alumnus Wayne Mortenson, DMD, and his wife, Sue, have committed to a planned gift of $5 million to create an endowed fund to meet future priorities of the University of Louisville School of Dentistry.
A beloved University of Louisville professor will be remembered for his musical contributions during a memorial recital featuring performances by his wife and former students.
Debbie Scoppechio, a three-time cancer survivor and founder and chairwoman of Louisville’s Creative Alliance advertising agency, brought a simple message to a group of aspiring entrepreneurs this week: Don’t give up on your dreams.
Professors will transport listeners from Mayan ruins to English gardens, explore the pope’s political impact and blur the lines between math and art through a University of Louisville luncheon lecture series this fall.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will allow the University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research to expand its facilities and staff.
Longtime law professor Edwin Render, who died last January, was honored Aug. 26 in a ceremony attended by faculty, staff and Render’s family and friends.
Resiliency—the ability to bounce back from challenges—is a major factor in success.
The University of Louisville and NTS Realty Holdings, through their joint venture Campus Two, have signed Steel Technologies as the anchor tenant at 700 North Hurstbourne in the ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park.
Exploring the plight of African American youths is the focus of two events in the University of Louisville-Yearlings Club fall discussion series, which will open with a community reception for the university’s new College of Arts and Sciences dean and wind up with holiday music.