Tag: Research!Louisville

UofL sponsors R!L Program at the Kentucky Science Center

During a follow-up Research!Louisville (R!L) event, UofL sponsored a similar program for 120 students in 7th through 12th grade students interested in alternative science...

Research!Louisville wraps up 24th Annual Symposium

Research!Louisville (R!L) held its 24th annual symposium highlighting health sciences research at the Louisville Medical Center Sept. 10-13, showcasing 309 abstracts received from across...

UofL Alzheimer’s specialist to talk brain health at Beer with a...

The search for effective treatments for Alzheimer’s disease continues, as new cases are diagnosed at an ever-increasing rate. Unfortunately, every drug tested to treat...

Research!Louisville 2019 Keynote Address focuses on environmental health

Cheryl Lyn Walker, PhD, director of the Center for Precision Environmental Health at Baylor College of Medicine and Professor in the Departments of Molecular...

Research!Louisville keynote speaker to discuss the human microbiome in precision medicine

For the annual Research!Louisville event next week, Joseph Petrosino, PhD, interim chair and professor, Department of Molecular Virology and Microbiology at Baylor College of...

Middle and high school students get a glimpse of medical school

Almost 200 Kentuckiana middle and high school students enjoyed a first-hand look at what medical school is like at the Kentucky Science Center on...

Research!Louisville announces 2017 winners

Research!Louisville (R!L) celebrated its 22nd annual event featuring health sciences research at the Louisville Medical Center September 12-15.  R!L’s schedule featured seminars on a wide...

Beer with many scientists scheduled Sept. 13

This month’s Beer with a Scientist, held in conjunction with Research!Louisville, will be a get-to-know-you event. Eight (or more) University of Louisville researchers will...

NIH institute director’s keynote on addiction highlights annual Research!Louisville schedule

A greater understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying addiction could help communities such as Louisville and Southern Indiana cope with the opioid crisis, alcoholism...

UofL training programs strengthen next generation of cancer researchers

The University of Louisville is making strides not only in conducting cancer research, but also in educating and motivating the next generation of scientists. The...