Researchers at the University of Kentucky are working to understand how the pandemic has affected people’s wellbeing, and which groups may be particularly at risk for negative outcomes.
The nationwide study invites families of children between ages one and five to participate in a survey.
Two CCTS directors co-wrote an op-ed about the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and systemic racism.
The PIIPPI trial, which stands for Povidone-Iodine Intranasal for Prophylaxis in front-line Physicians/health care workers and Inpatients, is the first in the country to study iodine as a prevention measure in people who are not COVID-positive.
The program is a collaboration of the UK CURE Alliance and Center for Clinical and Translational Science, who together moved the funding mechanism from concept to first award in 20 days.
After retiring as a teacher and learning she was pre-diabetic at age 57, Mary Beth Castle lost 81 pounds and began a new career as a Community Health Educator in Johnson County, Kentucky.
The CCTS COVID-19 Biobank was featured on LEX18's Rebound Kentucky series.
In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, the CCTS shares this video that would have opened the CCTS “Our Environment, Our Health” Spring Conference, originally scheduled for April 21.
Efforts include a partnership with the CCTS's Wellness, Health, and You project, which seeks to understand how different life experiences affect health and wellbeing.
Melinda Ickes, PhD, winner of the CCTS Comic Book Challenge and former CCTS pilot recipient, was interviewed in a "WKYT Investigates"epid segment about fighting the youth vaping epidemic.