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  • Nov 14 2018

Kentucky families know better than most the plague of addiction. But there is hope. There is us.

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  • Nov 6 2018

Kentucky faces the highest cancer incidence and mortality rates in the United States. Researchers at the University of Kentucky aim to reduce these numbers by half. We believe that’s what Kentucky can do.

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  • Sep 6 2018

Kim C. Carter, Office of Sponsored Projects Administration, was elected as president of the Society of Research Administrators International.

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  • Aug 23 2018

Mark Williams talks about hospitalists, hospital readmission research and care-ky.org, a new site to address social needs.

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  • Jul 26 2018

This summer Kirby Mayer, a Ph.D. candidate in the UK College of Health Sciences, got a prestigious $15,000 research scholarship. By improving classification of ICU-acquired weakness, Mayer hopes to improve how and when physical therapists implement interventions.

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  • Jun 18 2018

The Vice President for Research hosted a Staff Appreciation luncheon at the Gatton Student Center on June 11th to recognize the efforts of the research administrative staff. See photos from the event and metrics on the research enterprise and staff efforts.

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  • Jun 12 2018

Congress came together to reach a bipartisan FY18 omnibus appropriation agreement that provides investment to research programs. We’ve highlighted a few details of the funding increases.

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  • May 3 2018

At a reception hosted by President Eli Capilouto at Maxwell Place, UK Research recognized the accomplishments of 14 faculty.

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  • Apr 3 2018

This week, University of Kentucky physicians, researchers and leaders working to find solutions in the fight against prescription drug abuse are in Atlanta for the 2018 National Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit.

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  • Mar 29 2018

The earliest technology behind touch-screen systems was pioneered by a former UK faculty member, Samuel Hurst, with the support of federal research funding. From it, entire industries were transformed as technology improved over the years: entrepreneurs developing new patents that transformed the technology for new applications.