UofL, partners select promising health-tech projects for funding Next round of applications is open until August 14 
The Kentucky Network for Innovation & Commercialization (KYNETIC) has selected its first round of promising university-born health and medical technologies, each of which will...
Immunomodulatory signal presentation via synthetic hydrogel material promotes generation of T regulatory cells (green) in the local graft microenvironment (CD3+ T cells in red, and nuclei staining in blue) after implantation into a clinically relevant transplant model for the treatment of type 1 diabetes. (Credit: Georgia Tech)
UofL-born technology for treating Type 1 diabetes has commercial partner
A University of Louisville-born therapy that helps people with Type 1 diabetes stay off immunosuppressants by re-educating the body’s immune system to accept transplanted...
UofL Trager Institute
UofL Trager Institute uses technology to reduce social isolation for older adults Initiatives to benefit older adults during pandemic to be discussed in weekly information session Aug. 4
Amid efforts to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, social isolation and loneliness have emerged as a significant public health crisis, particularly for...
Allen Morris, executive director of the UofL Commercialization EPI-Center
UofL, partners will help commercialize Kentucky university-born technologies New effort, backed by $1.15 million from the Commonwealth, will encourage growth of innovative companies in Kentucky
The University of Louisville and partners will lead an effort to bring technologies born at Kentucky universities to market, thanks to $1.16 million in...
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...
Shah Tarun (right) spent his Speed School co-op working with Dr. Jaimin Trivedi at the UofL School of Medicine, on a couple of projects to protect healthcare workers against COVID-19.
UofL Engineering students spend co-ops working on COVID-19 projects
Shah Tarun, a Biomedical Engineering student in the Speed School of Engineering, and Dustin Williams, who is in his second year of the Chemical...
UofL chemistry graduate student Jacob Strain conducts a catalysis experiment at the Conn Center
UofL researchers developing method to convert carbon dioxide to usable products
Scientists at the University of Louisville received new support for developing a method to sustainably sequester and convert carbon dioxide to valuable products. The...
COVID-19 testing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mandy Foster, via public domain)
Phase I results of UofL Health’s Co-Immunity Project show precautions work to prevent spread of coronavirus
Results from the first phase of the University of Louisville’s groundbreaking project to track COVID-19 in Metro Louisville show that precautionary measures to prevent...
Troy R. Henderson Sr., MSD water quality engineer (right) and Rick Strehl, field data technologist, University of Louisville Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute. Photo courtesy MSD.
MSD and UofL testing Louisville wastewater to track COVID-19
Researchers at the University of Louisville are working with Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District to determine if areas of COVID-19 infection can be tracked...
Diagram showing levels of neutrophil immune cells (red dots) in a healthy donor, a patient with moderate COVID-19 and a patient with severe COVID-19. Data analysis by Corey T. Watson, Ph.D., David Tieri, Ph.D., and M.D./Ph.D. student Anne Geller.
UofL immunologist discovers biomarker that predicts a crisis in COVID-19 patients
Dr. Jun Yan, professor of surgery and microbiology and immunology at the University of Louisville, led a team of researchers in the discovery of...