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  • Aug 13 2019

This summer, high school students from Appalachian Kentucky spent five weeks at UK gathering real-life experience in oncology training and research as part of the UK Markey Cancer Center's successful ACTION Program.

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  • Jul 31 2019

A new clinical trial at the UK Transplant Center seeks to change how the body reacts to a newly transplanted kidney.

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  • Jul 26 2019

A team of scientists have designed and tested a novel and promising therapeutic strategy for treating Lafora Disease (LD), a fatal form of childhood epilepsy.

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  • Jul 24 2019

The Active Women’s Health Initiative (AWHI) is one of four major research initiatives housed at the SMRI, building upon the 25+ years of research that came to UK in 2015 with the arrival of current College of Health Sciences Dean Scott Lephart.

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  • Jun 26 2019

As a busy trauma surgeon, Dr. Phillip Chang saw his fair share of patients who were dealing with significant pain. As per the standards then, these patients would receive opioids for pain management. Most recovered and were weaned off the medication as planned.

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  • May 23 2019

Could people in Eastern Kentucky, whose primary water sources have high levels of arsenic, take zinc to prevent cancer? Cancer epigeneticist Yvonne Fondufe-Mittendorf says her data points to this non-invasive fix.

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  • May 21 2019

Thanks, in large part, to a $2 million Mellon Grant, Brent Seales finally has the access, funding and approach needed to read the Herculaneum scrolls.

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  • May 9 2019

It was a day that exceeded all expectations and showed the generosity of the University of Kentucky community. One Day for UK, the university’s first giving day, raised more than $1 million on April 17 — benefiting colleges, programs and causes across campus.

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  • May 7 2019

After reviewing more than 90 applications for the program, a Markey committee has selected 20 high school students to enroll in the ACTION program for the 2019 class.

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  • Apr 30 2019

Inspired by her peers, Kenyatta Mitchell completed her undergraduate research focusing on civil rights coalitions in Mississippi. She traveled 850 miles to Mississippi where she found answers beyond her initial research question.