Infectious disease researchers at UofL are working with all 10 Louisville hospitals and two in southern Indiana to process tests and study the illness in order to gather information needed to prevent transmission of COVID-19.
UofL researchers addressing urgent need for knowledge about COVID-19
If the SARS-CoV-2 virus is to be contained and cases of COVID-19 controlled, more knowledge is needed about how the virus is spread, who...
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UofL’s nationally networked lab enables researchers to safely study coronavirus
A decade ago, when the National Institutes of Health needed to place a high-security biocontainment laboratory in Kentucky, capable of safely studying dangerous and...
Infectious disease researchers at UofL are working with all 10 Louisville hospitals and two in southern Indiana to process tests and study the illness in order to gather information needed to prevent transmission of COVID-19.
UofL increases capacity for processing coronavirus test results
As coronavirus cases continue to spread throughout the commonwealth, the University of Louisville has ramped up its efforts to combat the deadly pandemic. UofL researchers...
Drs. Chi Li (left) and Kavitha Yaddanapudi (right), both researchers at the University of Louisville, are working to develop a vaccine against cancer.
UofL researchers developing cancer vaccine
Vaccinations protect us from all kinds of terrible diseases — polio, small pox, influenza. But what if a vaccine could protect you from cancer? Researchers...
UofL researchers will develop and manufacture a nasal spray to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection. Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/robin24/
UofL receives funding from U.S. Dept. of Defense to develop and test nasal spray to prevent COVID-19
The University of Louisville has received funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop a nasal spray to prevent serious viral respiratory infections...
Pfizer Inc. designates UofL first-of-its-kind Center of Excellence for epidemiological research
Pfizer Inc. designates UofL first-of-its-kind Center of Excellence for epidemiological research
A new collaboration with Pfizer Inc. will enable the University of Louisville’s Division of Infectious Diseases to play a significant role in epidemiologic research...
A team of Speed students are printing 3-D face shields for health care workers, to help with the shortage due to COVID-19.
UofL engineering students producing 3-D printed face shields for healthcare professionals
COVID-19 has caused a sea change in day-to-day life. Work, school, recreation, retail, medical care, everything has been altered. Many have expressed a sense of...
Robert C.G. Martin, MD
First patient enrolled in UofL’s NanoKnife DIRECT study for pancreatic cancer treatment
The University of Louisville has enrolled the first patient in AngioDynamics’ NanoKnife Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) “Data IRE Cancer Treatment” clinical study (DIRECT). The DIRECT...
Norton Children's Hospital
Norton Healthcare, University of Louisville finalize pediatric integration
The affiliation between Norton Healthcare, UofL Physicians – Pediatrics and the University of Louisville School of Medicine was finalized on Sunday, March 1. Under the...
Susan Harkema, Ph.D., left, with research participant Kelly Thomas and Katie Pfost
UofL research helps spinal cord injury patients take steps
Two research participants living with traumatic, motor complete spinal cord injury are able to walk over ground thanks to epidural stimulation paired with daily...