Andrew Meas, a research participant at UofL with a complete spinal cord injury, with members of the resarch team, Claudia Angeli, Susan Harkema and Enrico Rejc,.
Individual with complete spinal cord injury regains voluntary motor function Extended activity-based training with epidural stimulation resulted in ability to stand and move without stimulation
Andrew Meas, a research participant at the University of Louisville with a complete spinal cord injury, who had lost motor function below the level...
The 2019 student Fulbright awardees are (top row): Chelsea Flint, Alexander Kaliannan, Elizabeth Schaaf, Seth Drake, Miranda Hale, Noela Botaka. Second row: Samir Kusmic, Eric Hahnert, Natasha Mundkur, Ben Anderson, Ethan Libby Pelletier, Macey Mayes.
UofL produces a dozen 2019 Fulbright Scholars
A dozen UofL alumni have earned 2019 student Fulbright scholarships, a prestigious international award coveted by many high-achieving scholars. The university has had outstanding results...
The University of Louisville and IBM today announced the establishment of an IBM Skills Academy that will provide future-focused curriculum.
Closing the tech gap: UofL, IBM partnership aims to prepare next-generation workforce
The University of Louisville and IBM announced a partnership that includes the establishment of an IBM Skills Academy focused on digital learning and technology...
UofL tops 100 mark with latest crop of Fulbrights
The University of Louisville has passed another milestone when it comes to Fulbright scholars. With 13 winners so far this year, UofL has named...
UofL breaks its own record for Fulbright scholars Alumnus Jonathan Perez becomes 15th Fulbright, will teach in Brazil
UofL alumnus Jonathan Perez has earned a Fulbright award, bringing the number of UofL scholars who earned the scholarship this year to 15, a...
Sweet déjà vu: UofL scholars rack up prestigious scholarships
For more than a decade, UofL scholars have been winning big when it comes to academia’s most coveted scholarships. Happily, 2018 is a repeat performance...
From left: UofL's Dr. Marty O'Toole, Qualigen CEO Michael Poirier, and UofL's Dr. Paula Bates.
UofL cancer-targeting technology licensed to California medical company
California-based medical device company, Qualigen Inc., has licensed a drug technology developed at the University of Louisville that uses tiny, DNA-coated gold nanoparticles to...
Dr. Roberto Bolli, center, and his team have received one of the largest grants for medical research in UofL's 219-year history.
UofL receives $13.8 million to study promising new heart failure treatment Award is one of university’s largest-ever federal grants for medical research
The University of Louisville has received one of its largest grants for medical research in the school’s 219-year history, a $13.8 million award from...
The first of three programs will be presented by Marian Vasser, director for diversity and inclusive excellence at UofL.
UofL adds diversity education and training initiative As part of the 21st Century Initiative, the new area is in the Office of the Vice Provost for Diversity and International Affairs.
As part of the University of Louisville’s 21st Century Initiative, a new functional area has been created in the Office of the Vice Provost...
For the fourth time, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education designated UofL a “Research 1” doctoral university with “very high research activity.”
UofL recognized as top research institution for the fourth time
The University of Louisville has once again been ranked among the top U.S. institutions for research activity. For the fourth time, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions...