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Support from Crusade for Children enables UofL Pediatrics to extend access
Three neurosurgeons add expertise to UofL
Andaluz, Ding and Sieg will provide specialized surgical care, education and research at UofL School of Medicine and UofL Physicians
Two from Brown Cancer Center to be honored as Cure Champions
Department is awarded first NIH T32 training grant in its history
McGee wins 2018 Louisville Medicine essay contest
Former chief resident and current assistant professor joins three others from the University of Louisville as winners in annual contest
Louisville Bats game on Aug. 11 supports cancer patients at UofL
Grants to UofL provide research into connections between green environment and human health
Future doctors receive their first white coat at UofL
White Coat Ceremony marks beginning of journey in medical school
UofL meeting behavioral health needs in rural Kentucky
Leadership and Innovation in Academic Medicine announces larger second cohort
School of Medicine faculty learn to lead self, others and the organization
Parents have difficulty estimating sugar content in kids’ food
UofL providers daily see problem newly researched by German institute
Northeast Kentucky AHEC receives national recognition
Wendy Novak Diabetes Center at Norton Children’s Hospital earns certification for inpatient diabetes care
Care provided by UofL Physicians pediatricians and pediatric specialists
SHPEP summer program lets undergraduates test the waters of professional health education
‘A Taste of Health’ to honor nurses, health care workers for community service during hepatitis A outbreak
July 26 event will feature healthy food from local restaurants, live music
UofL researcher receives Outstanding Investigator Award from International Society for Heart Research
Steven P. Jones, Ph.D., works to understand the molecular explanations of heart failure
UofL Hospital, partners offering free testing for hepatitis C across city on World Hepatitis Day
All groups may be at risk for hepatitis C, which can have no symptoms
Program helps Kentuckians take control of health and manage disease
UofL film aims to change the way students are taught CPR
Scenario is one students can relate to, hope is to aid skill retention
M&I Faculty Publish Back-to-Back High Impact Articles in 2018