The Fall Break Wellness Series 26 scheduled events and 21 “anytime” events, both virtual and in-person/socially distanced.
Students encouraged to ‘grow’ their mindsets over Fall Break
UofL students will have a unique opportunity to bond – and grow – over Fall Break this year, thanks to the inaugural Fall Break...
David A. Johnson, Ph.D., M.P.H., C.P.H., engages students in a socially distanced classroom
Pandemic fuels interest in public health education at UofL
Public health workers are among those on the frontlines addressing COVID-19, igniting a new awareness about the profession. The interest is leading many to...
UofL student Sam Kessler using the water testing tool
UofL students invent new test for water pollution
A team of University of Louisville undergraduate students has invented a new tool for monitoring E.coli bacteria in water sources that could be more...
Jun Yan, M.D., Ph.D., director of the UofL Center for Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy (center) with graduate student Yunke Wang (left) and MD/PhD student Anne Geller.
UofL receives $11.5 million to advance cancer immunotherapies Center for Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy to develop and improve cancer treatments that harness the immune system
Cancer remains one of the most difficult and deadly challenges in human health, affecting Kentuckians at a higher rate than residents of any other...
Wendell Berry, above, is among the Trager Institute Gold Standard for Optimal Aging honorees for 2020. Photo by Guy Mendes.
2020 Gold Standard of Optimal Aging honorees to be recognized with virtual tribute UofL and Kentucky leaders will participate in a celebration of the 2020 Gold Standard of Optimal Aging hosted by UofL Trager Institute
The University of Louisville Trager Institute will honor 25 older adults as part of its annual Gold Standard of Optimal Aging recognition. Rather than...
School of Medicine faculty, students and residents take part in #WhiteCoats4BlackLives
School of Medicine establishes endowed fund to combat racial inequality Goal of $1 million targeted to bolster UofL’s Cardinal Anti-Racist Agenda
UofL medical faculty leaders have pledged $50,000 toward a $1 million goal to address long-standing racial inequities in medical education. The University of Louisville School...
UofL's contact tracing team
Public health students help keep campus safe, gain valuable skills as contact tracing specialists
They’ve spent hours training, including the completion of Johns Hopkins University’s online contact tracing course. Now, nearly a dozen undergraduate and graduate students from...
New research shows that an increase in daily low temperature corresponds to a decrease in COVID-19 cases
Data show air temperature may influence COVID-19 case rates Researchers analyzed temperature and infection rates in 50 Northern Hemisphere countries
The emergence of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has caused tremendous upheaval throughout the world, leading to extensive efforts to reduce transmission of the virus and...
Kidney transplant patient Robert Waddell, center, with his wife and children after being off immunosuppresants for ten years. Left to right: Christian, Bailey, Rob, Karen (wife), Robby and Casey. Photo courtesy Rob Waddell.
UofL-born cell therapy for organ transplants enters Phase 3 trial First patient successfully treated with the therapy has been off immunosuppressants for 10 years
A cell therapy born at the University of Louisville that could improve the lives of kidney transplant recipients has entered its Phase 3 clinical...
Healthcare workers wearing PPE. Courtesy of Wikimedia.
New Co-Immunity Project data show COVID-19 infection among health care workers may be lower than the general population
Louisville health care workers experienced an increase in SARS-CoV-2 infection from May to July, according to the Co-Immunity Project, the University of Louisville’s groundbreaking...