Graduate Research
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  • Aug 16 2018

While summer may be a time for a break for some students, for others it is a time for to take advantage of less time in the classroom and more time spent exploring and learning in research laboratories throughout campus.

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  • Jul 30 2018

More than 45 of UK's students and recent graduates had the world's most prestigious scholarship, fellowship and internship organizations take note this year. The newest class of highly regarded scholars include UK’s 14th Truman Scholar and first Pickering Fellow.

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  • Jul 17 2018

The DREAM Scholars Program aims to train upcoming generations of multidisciplinary health equity researchers, particularly those underrepresented in science and/or from rural backgrounds.

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  • Jun 22 2018

As the UK Superfund Research Center continues its important work in helping to mitigate the environmental impacts on people resulting from hazardous waste sites, it is doing so on an international, as well as a national basis.

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  • Jun 12 2018

UK's Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced that doctoral students Calah Ford and Lydia Hager and 2018 graduate Aaron Mueller have been selected to receive government-funded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. In addition, six other UK students were recognized by the NSF program.

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  • May 16 2018

The Office of the Vice President for Research sent Kaylynne Glover and Alexa Johnson to Washington D.C. for “CASE: Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering.” See what they learned.

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  • May 11 2018

Postdoctoral researchers and graduate students from all disciplines are invited to present posters and oral presentations, with a chance to win cash prizes. The deadline to submit an abstract for a poster presentation is Friday, May 18.

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  • Apr 17 2018

The 13th Annual Spring Conference of the University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science focused on addressing the opioid epidemic, which disproportionately plagues Kentucky and Appalachia. Researchers, clinicians, students, community partners and local and national experts gathered Friday, April 13th to share findings and catalyze

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  • Feb 23 2018

Heather Hyden's thesis on cooperative food buying is attracting lots of positive attention.

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  • Jan 26 2018

Case Western Reserve and UK's SCoBIRC were able to show the existence of a parallel neural network that could potentially restore diaphragm function after spinal cord injury. Perhaps more amazing is that this research is credited to a group of young scientists.