Terry Lennie, a College of Nursing professor who studies interventions to treat and prevent heart disease, was inducted to the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame on July 23.
Research at the University of Kentucky has led to the development of an important new variety of grass for animals to graze on. The new tall fescue Tim Phillips has developed is nontoxic to grazing animals, drought tolerant, and insect resistant.
Researchers at the UK Center for Drug and Alcohol Research are instrumental leaders conducting important clinical trials on progressive therapies to treat opioid addiction.
In a study of 48 adults with a diagnosis of early dementia or mild cognitive impairment, almost half reported positive changes in life outlook and quality of life, countering the assumption that this diagnosis would have a uniformly negative impact.