Tag: UofL research

UofL offers new treatment for brain aneurysms

Mary Steinhilber has a family history of brain aneurysms. With two of her sisters having complications following a more traditional surgery and one sister...

UofL lab developing tiny robots for big jobs

They're as tiny as a human hair. They're robots. And they're being produced at the University of Louisville robotics lab to do intricate surgery,...

UofL researchers examine mental, medical effects of older inmates

Researchers at the Kent School of Social Work are conducting interviews with older male inmates in Kentucky prisons as part of a study aimed...

Cheers: UofL team looking at ways to brew beer in space

When he stepped out onto the lunar surface, astronaut Neil Armstrong famously said it was “one small step for man, one giant leap...

UofL neurosurgeons find spine surgery patients less likely to be opioid...

Spine surgeons and researchers at the University of Louisville, concerned about potential opioid misuse resulting from pain management related to surgery, have discovered positive...

UofL research refutes 1987 study of shaken babies

Violent shaking of an infant for just 3 to 4 seconds can cause severe brain injury according to a joint study by researchers at...

UofL’s Conn Center is building a better foundation

Researchers at the Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research in the J.B. Speed School of Engineering will spend the next two years on a...

UofL scientists identify novel early detection for Alzheimer’s

Scientists from the University of Louisville believe they’ve developed a unique way to find areas of the brain that are susceptible to Alzheimer’s at...

UofL research focused on preschooler behavior

They’re not yet in kindergarten but they’re already in danger of failing in school because of their behavior. The preschoolers are the subject of...

Eye of the beholder: UofL research aims to make diagnoses more...

Doctors often analyze scans and images to make their diagnoses. But today, much of the analysis is subjective. “Hopefully they’ll catch it, but what if...