Tag: Co-Immunity Project

COVID-19 rates continue to increase, with highest rates among 18-34-year-olds Overall...

The steady increase of coronavirus infections throughout Jefferson County has been confirmed by a new round of testing by the Co-Immunity Project. The recent...

Co-Immunity Project shows COVID-19 infection rate in Jefferson County increased tenfold...

Coronavirus infections in Metro Louisville likely are far higher than the already spiking rates reported by the health department, according to researchers with the...

Latest round of UofL Co-Immunity Project testing open to all adults...

The third round of community testing for the Co-Immunity Project is underway and the University of Louisville is asking for the community’s help. The...

Second round of Co-Immunity Project tests shows increasing rates of COVID-19...

Results from the ongoing Co-Immunity Project at the University of Louisville’s Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute show high levels of coronavirus infections in Metro...

New Co-Immunity Project data show COVID-19 infection among health care workers...

Louisville health care workers experienced an increase in SARS-CoV-2 infection from May to July, according to the Co-Immunity Project, the University of Louisville’s groundbreaking...

Phase II results of Co-Immunity Project show higher-than-expected rates of coronavirus...

Results from the second phase of the University of Louisville’s groundbreaking project to track COVID-19 in Jefferson County show that 4 to 6 times...

Phase I results of UofL Health’s Co-Immunity Project show precautions work...

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...

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...

COVID-19 antibody initiative receives $1.5 million to expand testing, launch ‘virus...

The Co-Immunity Project, a groundbreaking collaboration to track and curb COVID-19 in Kentucky, has received $1.5 million from the James Graham Brown Foundation, as...

Rationale for fall reopening and budget updates provided to Faculty Senate

Faculty Senate met virtually on May 6 and they were joined by President Neeli Bendapudi, Chief Financial Officer Dan Durbin and Executive Vice President...