UofL achieves Tree Campus designation, again

The Arbor Day Foundation has once again recognized the University of Louisville as a "Tree Campus USA." This is the 11th time UofL has...

UofL Archives and Special Collections to preserve Allen-Martin Studio Collection

The University of Louisville’s Archives and Special Collections will preserve studio tapes from the long-running, iconic Allen-Martin Studio, including recordings from bands such as The Oxfords, The Carnations, The...

UofL’s campus has been disrupted before. COVID-19 is different

There are a few times in the University of Louisville’s history when business as usual was disrupted a bit. In 1917, more than half...
Photo of Edith Yandell. Photographer unknown; 1896 / Public domain.

UofL’s Bridwell Art Library hosts remote 2020 Louisville Art + Feminism Wiki Edit-a-Thon

Fighting a longstanding gender imbalance on Wikipedia, UofL’s Bridwell Art Library recently hosted the Louisville Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, an event it has...
Awards presented to LIAM graduates

LIAM program bridges HSC and Belknap Campuses to cultivate faculty leaders

The third cohort of the Leadership and Innovation in Academic Medicine (LIAM) program completed an 11-month course to develop faculty leaders by presenting their...
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 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 team, Amini Patel, Manav Patel, Shria...
PhD student Zach Whiddon

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

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

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