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Chaires named JGBCC Scientist of the Year for 2013
Will receive the award at this year's Julep Ball.
Match Day a success once again
U of L Internal Medicine Residency Program throws another perfect game.
Stoddard discusses women's risk for heart disease
Here’s a chance for an autographed ball from your NCAA National Champion Cardinals
Auction on April 19 to benefit medical student mission trips features basketball signed by men’s team among other items
Sony recording artist, 'The Voice' star Angie Johnson to open The Julep Ball
Self-described soul/country singer will open for the B-52s at Derby Eve party
Statewide campaign pushes for early detection of autism, related disorders
UofL Autism Center at Kosair Charities kicks off program April 1
Oral health fair for adults with diabetes in tri-county region set for March 19
Event for residents of Bullitt, Henry and Shelby Counties with or at-risk for diabetes
Exclusive auction items at The Julep Ball offer fine spirits
Guests can bid on Woodford Reserve, Jack Daniel's small-batch packages at May 3 event benefiting the James Graham Brown Cancer Center
Match Day 2013 sets future physicians on their professional journey
Event that matches medical students to residencies scheduled for March 15
Amid the merriment, a moment devoted to medicine
James Graham Brown Cancer Center's Scientist, Physician of the Year to be recognized at The Julep Ball, May 3
Tiki Barber selected ‘Official Celebrity Emcee of the 2013 Julep Ball’
Derby Eve event benefits James Graham Brown Cancer Center at UofL
UofL honors Kosair Charities support
Renames division to Kosair Charities Division of Pediatric Forensic Medicine
Darrell Griffith encouraging Cardinal fans to Dress in Blue for "Blue of L Day"
March 1 event with Griffith, Madeline Abramson highlights need for colon cancer screening
Bolli reappointed to prestigious editor post
U of L cardiologist tabbed for another term as head of Circulation Research.
Callen earns MDS Lifetime Achievement Award
Physician leader at UofL School of Medicine’s Madisonville campus honored by Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians