NIH funds UofL doctoral students’ work on taste buds and brain...

You may be confident in your potential to pursue a career in biomedical research when the National Institutes of Health funds your work before...

President Bendapudi announces plan for UofL to become ‘premier anti-racist metropolitan...

University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi today announced a goal to become the “premier anti-racist metropolitan research university in the country.” To guide us toward...

Fulbright enables alumna’s next stop in exploring international relations

As Kasey Golding sees it, you have to be open to unexpected opportunities like the ones she encountered at UofL and since. And you...
UofL sophomore Karthik Kalvakuri started Mission CuraKid to help ensure children in impoverished countries have access to proper health care services.

Backpacks with a bonus: Students launch healthy school-year start

Many young Louisville-area students will start school with a healthy boost, thanks to UofL sophomore Karthik Kalvakuri and his peers. With a medical career in...
Allen Morris, executive director of the UofL Commercialization EPI-Center

UofL, partners will help commercialize Kentucky university-born technologies

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...
Map 2: Prevalence of COVID-19 in Jefferson County in June 2020.

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

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...
Grawemeyer Hall from above

UofL recognized for providing equal access to Black and Latinx students

UofL has been identified as one of only three universities among top universities in the United States that provides equal access to both Black...
Geoffrey Clark, Ph.D.

UofL technology that may inhibit pathway for cancer gets commercial partner

A 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...

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