Tag: Office of the Executive Vice President for Research and Innovation

UofL secures $170 million in record-breaking year for research Funding from...

The University of Louisville secured nearly $170 million to support groundbreaking research in the 2019-2020 fiscal year — the university’s most successful year ever...

UofL research teams chosen for prestigious national innovation program Program provides...

Two University of Louisville research teams have been chosen to participate in a prestigious, nationally competitive innovation program through the National Science Foundation.  The NSF’s...

UofL hires health tech founder as entrepreneur-in-residence

The University of Louisville has hired seasoned healthcare startup founder, Alice Shade, to help guide research-backed inventions to market.  In late January, Shade started her...

UofL innovators honored at inaugural EPIC Innovation Awards

Across the University of Louisville, researchers and innovators are creating groundbreaking technologies that can improve the way we work and live. They were recognized...

UofL spinal fusion device wins first-of-its-kind FDA approval

A University of Louisville technology for measuring strain on the spine has received a first-of-its-kind approval from the FDA. The technology is the first FDA...

UofL wins NSF grant to improve STEM equity

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million grant to the University of Louisville to improve faculty equity in science, technology, engineering and...

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...

Nobel laureate talks genetics, cellular immunity at UofL

Nobel laureate and geneticist, Dr. Andrew Fire, recently presented his current work to a packed room of researchers at the University of Louisville.  Fire, a...

UofL cancer-targeting technology licensed to California medical company

California-based medical device company, Qualigen Inc., has licensed a drug technology developed at the University of Louisville that uses tiny, DNA-coated gold nanoparticles to...

UofL student startup a finalist in national college inventor challenge

A University of Louisville student startup has been chosen as a finalist in the 2018 Collegiate Inventors Competition.  The startup, Pascal Tags, was founded by J.B....