McLouth’s research aims to improve patient mental health and quality of life during advanced lung cancer treatment, especially for people from rural and underserved areas.
Eight new Scholars will receive training in and funding for health equity research.
Authors include CCTS leadership members, a pilot funding recipient, and a KL2 Scholar.
She participated in SmartHealth Catalyzer’s Best of the BioMidwest competition to identify promising new therapeutics discovered at universities and research hospitals.
Established by the Board of Trustees, the professorships program recognizes excellence across the spectrum of research at UK.
The program provides training in health disparities research.
Up to forty local participants will be enrolled and all will receive a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The 18th Annual Spring Conference was themed “Translating Equity into Action.”