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Walter Sobczyk, M.D., Susan Harkema, Ph.D., Erle Austin III, M.D., Christian Davis Furman, M.D.
UofL researchers and doctors recognized as Health Care Heroes
Four UofL faculty were honored as Health Care Heroes this week during an awards presentation by Louisville Business First. They are: Innovator Winner - Susan Harkema,...
UofL, Campaign for Black Male Achievement, Metro United Way launch fellowship
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville, Campaign for Black Male Achievement and Metro United Way have launched a national fellowship program that will...
Richard Kogan, M.D.
Psychiatrist, concert pianist to perform at UofL Depression Center annual dinner March 7
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Psychiatrist and concert pianist Richard Kogan will explore the relationship between the mind and music of Robert Schumann, one of the...
Health Topics for the Week of February 20
FITNESS BENEFITS FOR THE BRAIN ARE FOCUS OF THURSDAY LECTURE HEART OF A CHAMPION: FREE HEART HEALTH ASSESSMENT CLINIC IN SMOKETOWN PARKINSON’S DISEASE CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP FITNESS...
Feminist poet-playwright tackles ‘radical dissidence’ in March 4 lecture
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Feminist poet, playwright and professor Cherrie Moraga will discuss activism as “radical dissidence” during her March 4 lecture at the University...
Illustration showing the WEB® Aneurysm Embolization System in place. MicroVention image.
‘Game changing’ new minimally invasive treatment for brain aneurysms available at UofL Hospital First WEB device procedures in Kentucky successfully performed by UofL neurosurgeon Robert James, M.D.
EDITOR’S NOTE:  Broadcast quality B-roll and device animation available on request. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After learning she had a family history of brain aneurysms, Mary...
Lecturers will discuss Amazon rainforests, Bronze Age
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Anthropology experts will recount findings from the Amazon and detail why the Bronze Age ended when they lecture during a free,...
raiseRED dance marathon raises thousands for childhood cancer fight
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – It’s time to shake it for a good cause. The University of Louisville student group raiseRED kicks off its 18-hour dance...
UofL researchers to study homelessness, provide recommendations to city task force
As city officials and organizations address homelessness, University of Louisville researchers are working to inform decisions of the Homeless Encampment Task Force appointed by...
A confocal microscope image shows the SA-4-1BBL (green color) bound to its receptor on an immune cell (red color) to initiate an immune activation cascade to fight cancer. Image courtesy University of Louisville.
Immune stimulant molecule shown to prevent cancer UofL researchers discover that an immune checkpoint stimulator, SA-4-1BBL, as a single agent prevents against multiple types of cancer
EDITOR’S NOTE:  Download broadcast quality b-roll and sound bites at the link. View a video story on YouTube. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A research team at the...