Four-year-old Evander Conroy is visiting Louisville this summer from his home in Sydney, Australia to continue therapy designed to help him gain the ability to walk.
When Mary Osborne and some of her classmates toured the James Graham Brown Cancer Center (JGBCC) and research facilities at the University of Louisville, she had a lot of questions. The sophomore at Central Hardin High School was fascinated by the research and treatments that Brian Clem, PhD described for the students.
Michael Lovelace, a third-year student at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, has been selected as a member of the inaugural class of the Family Medicine Leads (FML) Emerging Leader Institute, sponsored by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Foundation.
College of Education and Human Development professor Mary Hums met Vice President Joe Biden at a July 20 event in Washington D.C. to honor advocates for disability rights. Hums also met President Obama during her visit.
Cardinal red, that is.
The UofL Sustainability Council is once again urging faculty, students and staff to participate in the annual Earn-A-Bike Program.
The Cardshirt Company (TCC) looks like just another UofL apparel business, but a closer look reveals a company unique in its approach, leadership and mission.
One of the many functions of the brain is to collect and process visual information so that people know how to respond to the movement of objects around them. A study published July 21 in The Journal of Neuroscience by researchers at the University of Louisville provides a new concept for how the brain functions to achieve this.
Thanks to a nearly $57,000 gift from the Daniel Pitino Foundation, 5,600 children throughout the state of Kentucky will continue to receive life-saving cardiac care from doctors with University of Louisville Physicians.
Zach feels “pretty good.” Sam wants to be “done with shots!” And Tyler finds it helps to “just keep thinking that at least I’m getting out of school.”
You know 93.9 FM The Ville for its UofL sports programming, but beginning next week the station will regularly air news about UofL faculty, staff and students.
Nurses are essential for health care delivery. Many of us, if not all, know a nurse who has provided excellent care for them or a loved one during a difficult illness or during a joyful event such as the birth of a healthy baby.
The College of Education and Human Development sponsored students in grades 4-8 in the 20th annual "You've Got the Write One" summer camp July 13-17.
When Nemr Eid, MD, joined the staff at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1988, he could not have guessed that his children would ultimately attend medical school there – all at the same time. As of July 26, when Eid’s youngest child, Sabine, receives her white coat and formally becomes a medical student, all three children of Eid and his wife, Nada, will be students in the UofL School of Medicine.
UofL cardiology chief Bolli recognized for lifetime of achievement by international research society
The International Society for Heart Research (ISHR) has honored University of Louisville’s Roberto Bolli, MD, for his contributions to cardiovascular science. The Peter Harris Distinguished Scientist Award, which recognizes a senior investigator for lifetime contributions of major discoveries in cardiovascular science, was presented to Bolli at the organization’s European Section meeting in Bordeaux, France earlier in July.
The Kentucky U.S. Green Building Council brought its networking and membership meeting to the J.D. Nichols Campus for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Wednesday evening and drew its largest-ever crowd.
UofL President James Ramsey’s has been a “superstar” playing at “an all-star level,” according to members of the Board of Trustees Compensation Committee. The committee met Monday, July 13, to discuss the president’s performance and compensation.