The old treadmill system, left. The new, specially designed treadmill system, right.
UofL Medicine, Engineering teams build custom treadmill for children with spinal cord injuries
Children with spinal cord injuries have experienced remarkable results in recovery at the University of Louisville and Frazier Rehab Institute through locomotor training, a...
3D Printed Swab
3-D printed swabs developed at UofL to help fill gap in COVID-19 test kits
Innovation at the University of Louisville involving multiple departments has led to a promising solution for the shortage of swabs in COVID-19 test kits....
Vaporized hydrogen peroxide (VHP) generator and room prepared for N95 respirator decontamination
UofL launches decontamination program to alleviate mask shortage for health care workers No-charge program allows up to 20 uses of scarce N95 respirators for health care and community organizations
Health care workers and first responders put their own health at risk every time they come face-to-face with someone who has – or may...
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...
Kevin Gardner, UofL's new EVPRI
UofL hires new EVP for research and innovation
A leader who helped elevate his current institution to the highest level among research universities has been selected to lead research and innovation efforts...
​Through this grant, UofL will create apprenticeships that give students field experience with disruptive, cutting-edge technologies that can change how work is done.
UofL awarded nearly $4M to close skills gap UofL was one of just 28 public-private partnerships funded, and is the only one in Kentucky
​The University of Louisville has received nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to build a program that will prepare students for...
Baptist Co-Immunity Projet
Groundbreaking coronavirus immunity initiative receives an infusion of funding
Just as the Co-Immunity Project has begun its first phase to test Louisville health care workers for COVID-19 and antibodies from the disease that...
Dr. Omid Ghasemi Fare (right), of the UofL J.B. Speed School of Engineering, is studying how to clear ice from bridges using geothermal heating.
UofL researcher wants to clear icy bridges with geothermal heating
  Like birds flying south, salt trucks are a sure sign of winter. They flock to roadways and bridges, melting the slick ice that makes...
Geoffrey Clark, Ph.D.
UofL technology that may inhibit pathway for cancer gets commercial partner Researchers say the technology could solve “one of the holy grails” of cancer treatment
NA University of Louisville-born invention that may help treat cancer now has a commercial partner. Qualigen Therapeutics Inc., a California biotechnology company focused on developing...
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...