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UofL Brown Cancer Center social worker surprised with award
Marc A. Lehmann Spirit of Service Award honors compassion for patients
Study: Artificial pancreas controls diabetes better than standard insulin therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes
Better control achieved without increasing the risk of hypoglycemia
Now open, for Kentuckiana's children
First patients seen at Novak Center for Children’s Health
UofL neurosurgeons find spine surgery patients less likely to be opioid dependent after surgery
UofL launches the Envirome Institute with $5M gift
UofL associate vice president V. Faye Jones to be honored for focus on diversity and health equity
Inclusive Equity Award recognizes UofL professor’s efforts to provide inclusive education in health-care professions
UofL pediatrician echoes study finding: high school pitchers should not also play catcher
UofL names new chief of pediatric cardiac surgery division
Alsoufi also will serve in same role at Norton Children’s Hospital
UofL cardiology team’s editorial stresses need for more accurate heart disease risk-prediction models
Widely used scoring system may inaccurately estimate risk
Normal eye dominance is not necessary for restoring visual acuity in amblyopia
Research shows eye dominance and visual acuity are independent, governed by separate areas of the brain
Biomaterial particles educate immune system to accept transplanted islets
Team of researchers, including those from UofL, open potentially new pathway for treating type 1 diabetes
Thousands of women diagnosed with breast cancer might not need chemotherapy, study shows
UofL doctor says study of women with most common type confirms what many had believed
Nelleke C. van Wouwe, Ph.D., M.Sc., joins UofL research faculty
A new era in medical care for children begins
The Novak Center for Children’s Health represents paradigm shift in pediatric care
Cancer Education Program shapes future scientists and clinicians
New class of students begin 10 week experience
Pediatric diabetes educator reminds that summertime is perfect time to adopt healthy habits
Specialized nurses keep the focus on stroke care at UofL Hospital
“We are the string that ties the story together”
UofL School of Medicine launches Medical Mile walking path to promote wellness
Mayor, Medical School Dean cut the ribbon on Louisville's newest urban trail
Existing institute renamed, will look at aspects of environment on health
UofL pediatricians emphasize that tick-borne diseases exist but are rare in Kentucky