The University of Louisville is teaming up with business leaders to launch the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Consortium, a first-of-its kind alliance for the city.
UofL’s contribution to Louisville’s ‘equitable economic recovery’ featured in Forbes
The City of Louisville was recently in the spotlight for a Forbes article about “equitable economic recovery.” What that means exactly is the ability...
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UofL cell therapy startup acquired by publicly-traded biotech firm UofL to lead planned clinical trial for COVID-19-related acute respiratory distress
A University of Louisville-born startup using innovative personalized cell therapies to help patients with pancreatitis and other conditions has been acquired by publicly traded...
The unique cell therapy technology is a result of pioneering research conducted at UofL by the team of Suzanne Ildstad.
UofL-born company secures an additional $115 million to advance cell therapy Funding comes on the heels of $100 million raised last year
A company born at the University of Louisville has raised an additional $115 million to further develop a therapy that could improve the lives...
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UofL to advance carbon dioxide reduction research with new DOE grant
Researchers at the University of Louisville Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research and Department of Chemistry are working to convert the greenhouse gas carbon...
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Research!Louisville highlights 21st Century challenges and innovations Research!Louisville 2020 symposium wrapup
R!L 2020 held its first virtual celebration of health sciences-related research at the University of Louisville Sept. 15-17. Three out of the five virtual...
View of the excavation of the early modern human (foreground) and Neanderthal layers (background) in Lapa do Picareiro. Photo by Jonathan Haws.
UofL researcher leads team that discovered modern humans and Neanderthals possibly lived in the same area concurrently
Modern humans arrived in the westernmost part of Europe 41,000 to 38,000 years ago, about 5,000 years earlier than previously known, according to Jonathan...
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...
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...
SnapShot created by Bing Li, Ph.D., to illustrate the functions of fatty acid binding proteins (FABPs)
UofL immunologist summarizes functions of protein family associated with obesity SnapShot of FABP functions published in prestigious journal Cell
Fatty acid binding proteins (FABPs) serve as a type of chaperone, coordinating the transport of fatty acids and other molecules between cells. Bing Li,...