Office of Research and Innovation

COVID-19 - Updated Information for Researchers

EVPRI Offices are open and working remotely. See our Office/Staff web page.

"UofL research and creative activity improves lives, enriches our community, and drives economic growth in Louisville and Kentucky."

- - Kevin H. Gardner, Ph.D., Executive Vice President for Research and Innovation

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New “All About Grants” Podcasts on Application Appendix & Post-Submission Materials


PAST EVENTS

Developing the Healthcare Ecosystem Post Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted Louisville’s economic system, including our region’s healthcare sector. Our companies, organizations and institutions have faced many challenges since the pandemic began, but they are also finding ways to succeed in the new normal. On October 9, 2020 the Health Enterprises Network lead a discussion with Louisville’s leading economic development partners as we work to foster the growth of the region’s health-related economy. The Health Enterprises Network web site lists the key goals and provides a video of the October 9th presentation.

UofL Research Town Hall Meetings

UofL Research and Innovation Town Halls are now monthly. Join the Office of Research and Innovation on the last Thursday (noon - 1:00 pm) of each month for discussion of current opportunities, possible collaborations and more. Each month UofL researchers will share their work on various topics. Click REGISTER HERE to be added to our invite list. The next session is October  29, 2020.

If you were unable to join us, view our past meeting videos

Join our Grand Challenges Microsoft Teams groups, where you can vet ideas and find collaborators across campus. There will be a group for each challenge: Empowering our communities, Advancing our health and Engineering our future economy.


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Robotic Nurse Assistant to Help with Routine Tasks

Nurses put robot prototype through the paces, helping engineers improve design. With support from NSF, roboticist Dan Popa and a team of engineers and nurses at the University of Louisville are developing a new generation of assistive robots designed to help nurses care for patients in the hospital. The idea is to give nurses more time to focus on the critical thinking aspects of patient care.

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH & INNOVATION

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